Alayna Krejci

#13 Alayna Krejci

HOMETOWN Wausau, Wis. (DC Everest HS)

2017 (Senior)
Academic All-NSIC
Appeared in 46 games and made 45 starts her senior season... Finished fourth on the team by posting a career high .336 batting average... Had 46 hits with eight doubles, one triple and one home run... Tied for the team lead with 26 runs batted in and scored 15 runs... Posted a .431 slugging percentage and .373 on base percentage... Led all starters with a .995 fielding percentage at first base... Played in 186 career games, most in program history and saw a program record 535 at bats... Seventh on BSU's career hits list with 139.

2016 (Junior)
Academic All-NSIC
One of three players to appear in 50 games in 2016 and made 48 starts... Had a batting average of .257 in 136 at bats with one double and two home runs... Fourth on the team with 21 RBI and scored 14 runs... Had the second longest reach base streak of the season (13 games)... Ranks 10th in BSU history with 140 career games played.

2015 (Sophomore)
Academic All-NSIC

Played and started in all 48 games, with most of the starts coming at shortstop and third base...Hit .197 with two home runs and 12 RBI...Launched home runs against MSU Moorhead and Minnesota Duluth...Turned in a .926 fielding percentage.

2014 (Freshman)
Started all 42 games for BSU, 40 coming at third base…Had a team-best seven-game hitting streak from Feb. 25-March 11…Led the team with 31 hits and 13 walks…Hit first collegiate home run versus St. Cloud State (April 15).

Prior to BSU
3-time letter winner in softball, named 2013 Wisconsin Valley Conference player of the year, earned 2nd team all-state two consecutive years, also broke her schools (DC Everest HS) record of hits in a season with 54.

Alayna Krejci… daughter of Ken and Betsy Krejci…born April 21st, 1995…Majoring in Elementary Education at BSU.

Career Highs: Hits: 3, 4x last vs. Minnesota Crookston (Mar. 30, 2017), Runs: 2, 5x last against Dordt College (Mar. 9, 2015), Home Runs: 1, 6x last vs. Minnesota Crookston (Mar. 30, 2017), RBI: 3 vs. Post (Mar. 13, 2017), SBs: 1 vs. Wayne State (April 6, 2014).