Andrea (Block) Zenner
|PLAYED AT BSU||1998-2001|
Four-time All-NSIC selection and the 2000 NSIC Pitcher of the Year, Annie (Block) Zenner helped lead the BSU softball team to a conference title in 1999. From 1998-2001, she rewrote the BSU pitching record book. She left as BSU’s all-time leader in appearances (115), innings pitched (636), wins (45) and strikeouts, while she was second in career ERA (2.33). She remains among the top two in each category to this day. Offensively her 493 career at-bats rank fifth all-time and her 93 runs scored stand as a program record, while she is sixth in hits (142), walks (40) and doubles (22). She is also third all-time with 23 stolen bases and her 319 career assists in the field place her second all-time. In 1998 she played in 50 games to rank third on BSU’s single-season list. She scored 33 runs and stole 13 bases to rank second on BSU’s single-season lists. In the circle, she pitched 27 complete games (1st) and totaled 14 wins (3rd) with 122 strikeouts (10th). She led the NSIC in ERA (0.79), innings pitched (68.1), strikeouts (42), wins (7), appearances (12), complete games (9) and shutouts (4) in league play in 1998. She owns three of BSU’s top 10 single-season win totals (14/1998, 11/1999 and 9/2000) and holds four of the top ten single-season strikeout totals (155/2001, 148/2000, 122/1998 and 115/1999).