Colonials Conclude 2015 Season with Sweep of URI
Colonials Honor Seniors, Take Two from Rhode Island
Colonials Will Honor Seniors on Saturday
Colonials Drop Two on Sunday
Junior Victoria Valos Breaks Career Doubles Record
GW Softball vs. Dayton
2014: Saw action in 15 games and made two starts as designated player ... Went 3-for-17 with three RBIs and also walked twice ... Had two hits in six at-bats against Atlantic 10 opponents ... Hit an RBI single in her season debut at LSU (Feb. 14) ... Picked up RBIs in back-to-back games against Colgate (March 20) and UMBC (March 27) ... Collected her first career double in the first game of the Dayton doubleheader (April 27) ... Reached base twice with a single and a walk in the season finale at Rhode Island (May 3).
2013: Saw action in eight games on the season and went 1-for-7 at the plate ... Picked up her lone hit at La Salle (April 24) ... Recognized on the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll for the spring semester.
2012: Saw action in nine games and made one start at designated player ... Picked up two hits in 11 at-bats on the season, including her first career hit against Siena at the Colonial Classic (March 4).
High School: Led St. John Vianney to back-to-back New Jersey Non-Public South A Sectional and State Championships in 2010 and 2011...named New Jersey Shore Conference First Team Senior All-Star her senior season...earned All-Monmouth County honors...named to Shore Conference All-Division First Team and New Jersey Non-Public All-State Second Team during senior year...guided team to division and county championships her junior and senior seasons...squad won Shore Conference Championships in 2011...tallied a conference-best seven homeruns and picked up 35 RBIs for third-best her senior year...team finished season ranked No. 1 in New Jersey...also played ASA for NJ Intensity Gold...member of National Honors Society and Spanish National Honors Society...four-year Honor Roll student...participated on Mock Trial Team and school newspaper...member of Spanish Club.
Personal: McKinley Grace Tretler...born October 27, 1993...daughter of Marilyn and Joseph Tretler, Jr....has one younger brother, Zachary ...double majoring in communications and women's studies.
|At-Bats||3||2x, Last vs. Rhode Island (5/2/15)|
|Hits||1||7x, Last vs. St. Bonaventure (3/29/15)|
|RBIs||1||4x, Last vs. Iona (2/28/15)|
|Doubles||1||2x, Last vs. St. Bonaventure (3/29/15)|
|Total Bases||2||2x, Last vs. St. Bonaventure (3/29/15)|
|Walks||1||2x, Last vs. Iona (2/28/15)|
|Hit By Pitch||1||vs. Manhattan (3/15/14)|
|Putouts||1||2x, Last vs. Dayton (4/27/13)|
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