4 Bri Marcantoni
4 Bri Marcantoni
Height: 5-3
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Chino Hills, Calif.
High School: Pomona Catholic
Previous College: Pitzer College
Position: 1B
Major: English and World Literature
Bats/Throws: L/R

At Pomona-Pitzer: Completed her senior season as a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Softball team…2012: Second-team All-SCIAC selection...Hit .281 with team highs of four homers and 29 RBI...Homered in both games of a doubleheader with Puget Sound...Hit a walk-off RBI single to the wall in the bottom of the seventh of a home win over Cal Lutheran...Hit a key solo homer in a 2-1 extra inning win over Whittier...Had a two-run double in a 7-6 upset win at No. 13 Redlands...Had five RBI against Redlands overall on the year...Had a two-run homer in extra innings on her Senior Day against Whittier...Played in all 39 games as a junior in 2011, including 38 starts…Batted .331 on the year with six homers and 34 RBI…Had a .986 fielding percentage at first base…Slugging percentage was .570.

High School: Attended Pomona Catholic Girls High School, where she was a four-year member of the softball team…Named the Offensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2008, when she led the Pacers to their third straight Christian League championship…A Wendy’s High School Heisman honoree…Earned all-league honors four times in her career (three first-team selections, and a second-team honor as a freshman)…Also helped the Pacers to CIF Division V championships as a freshman and sophomore…Earned All-CIF honors three times (one first-team selection and two second-team honors)…Was a Scholar-Athlete selection all four years…A high honor roll member in the classroom all four years…Earned Excellence In Speech and Drama honors in 2005, and Excellence in World History and Honors English in 2006…Earned first place in Science Fair in 2006 (Honors Biology) and 2007 (Chemistry)…Also won a Best Of Show honor in Art Fair in 2005…National Honor Society member and chosen to the National Society of High School Scholars in 2008…Also played travel ball with the American Pastime 18U team from 2006-08, the California Cruisers in 2006 and the So Cal Crunch in 2004-05…Participated in the ASA Nationals in 2008, and helped American Pastime to an ASA Western championship in 2007…Also a part of a 16U Triple Crown World Series championship with the Cruisers.

Personal: Attends Pitzer College, where she majors in English and World Literature with a minor in history…Has one sister…Hobbies include writing, reading, fishing and video games…Favorite athletes include Magic Johnson, Tim Lincecum and Roberto Baggio…Favorite books include Crown Duel,  Harry Potter & The Order of the Phoenix…Gone With The Wind, Pride & Prejudice, A Dirty Job and Song of the Lioness Quartet…Favorite movies are Gone With The Wind, Silence of the Lambs…V for Vendetta, Labyrinth, and Sabrina…Lists “On The Vampire’s Trail” as the most interesting course she has taken while at Pitzer…Plans to pursue an editing position at a publishing house after graduation…Volunteered at Isaiah’s Rock in Chino packing and distributing food for the homeless from 2004-08…Born March 8, 1990…Chose Pitzer because “it was close to home, I liked my coach, and the quality of the education has been excellent.”