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Los Angeles Times 1996 All-Ventura Girls' Softball
Team

First Team

June 05, 1996

CINDY BALL

School: Camarillo

Year: Sophomore

Position: Pitcher

Went 63 innings before giving up a run. Struck out 153 in 113 innings and finished with a 0.50 ERA and a 12-2 record.

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AMY BERMAN

School: Newbury Park

Year: Senior

Position: Infield

The golden glove of the Marmonte League did not commit an error in 14 league games. Also batted a team-high .393 with six doubles for league-champion Panthers.

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ERIKA HANSON

School: Thousand Oaks

Year: Junior

Position: Infield

Sure-handed left-hander batted .374 with 16 stolen bases, scored a Marmonte League-high 20 runs and 15 RBIs in regular-season play.

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JESSICA MENDOZA

School: Camarillo

Year: Sophomore

Position: Infield

Caught for two of the most potent pitchers in the region and did not miss a beat. Mendoza batted .329 with 10 RBIs, three doubles and two triples.

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TRACEY MILBURN

School: Moorpark

Year: Junior

Position: Outfield

Frontier League player of the year had a .459 average, 20 RBIs, 27 stolen bases and six home runs.

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ELISA MURAN

School: Newbury Park

Year: Senior

Position: Outfield

The teams's best-hitting outfielder was also the team's most consistent scorer. Batting in the No. 9 spot, Muran hit .346 and scored 16 runs in regular-season play.

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ROBYN REIDA

School: Buena

Year: Senior

Position: Infield

A first-team All-Channel League selection and the Bulldogs' best player, she led the team with a .388 average and 24 RBIs.

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BROOKE RUTSCHMAN

School: Camarillo

Year: Junior

Position: Infield

The Marmonte League's most potent hitter batted a blistering .500 with six RBIs in league play and was voted the league's player of the year.

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CAROL SALDANA

School: Rio Mesa

Year: Junior

Position: Outfield

First-team All-Channel League selection made a name for herself with standout fielding.

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JENNIFER SHARRON

School: Thousand Oaks

Year: Junior

Position: Pitcher

Workhorse of the region who threw an area-high 204 innings in regular-season play. Struck out 264, walked 17 and finished with a 0.34 ERA and a 18-7 record.

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LORI TANDE

School: Simi Valley

Year: Sophomore

Position: Utility

Led the Pioneers to a playoff berth, hit a team-high .312 as the leadoff batter and finished with a 0.66 ERA. Also played shortstop.

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