Named First Team All-Southern Conference and NFCA All-Mideast Region Third Team … Started 56 games at third base … Ranked in the SoCon tied for second in sac flies (three), tied for sixth in hits (49), doubles (10) and assists and tied for seventh in RBIs (33) … Registered a .287 batting average, .359 on-base percentage and .468 slugging percentage … Hit seven home runs along with 20 walks and 28 runs … Tied for the fifth-most RBIs in a game (six) in the 24-2 victory at NC State (29) after going 2-4 with a homer, double, two runs and a walk … Collected 10 multiple-hit games and seven multiple-RBI games … Recorded a seven-game hitting streak and 11-game reached base streak … Knocked in the game-winning run in the SoCon Tournament Championship game against No. 6 seed ETSU (May 12) with a three-run homer … Opened the season with a 3-4 performance with three runs in the win over Presbyterian (Feb. 9) … Went 3-3 with four RBIs, a homer and double in the win against Virginia (Feb. 25) … Had three RBIs on three hits, including a double and homer in the win over Canisius (March 17) … Scored three runs in a 24-0 victory over Furman (March 24) along with two hits and an RBI.
Named First Team All-Southern Conference ... ranked third in the league in RBIs ... layed down eight sacrifice bunts, fifth most in the conference ... ranked sixth in the league in doubles with 12 and eighth in slugging percentage (.521) and runs scored (33) ... registered a .288 batting average with a triple, eight home runs and 18 walks ... started off the season with a 3-for-4 performance with a home run, two doubles, three RBIs and two runs scored against Tennessee Tech (Feb. 10) ... finished a single short of the cycle against Rider (Feb. 17) with five runs scored and four runs scored ... went 2-for-4 with an RBI, a run and a walk ... recorded a 2-for-4 day with a double, three RBIs and a run scored against Campbell (Mar. 11) ... followed up with a 2-for-4 performance with two RBIs, two runs and an RBI at North Carolina A&T (Mar. 16) ... delivered a 4-for-4 day with two home runs, six RBIs and three runs against Western Carolina (Mar. 25) ... went 2-for-3 with a double, three RBIs and a run at Chattanooga (Apr. 29) ... went 2-for-3 in back-to-back games at Chattanooga (Apr. 30) and against ETSU (May 6).
Appeared in 31 games with 6 starts … batted .185 (5-for-27) … drove in three RBI and scored nine runs … had a .241 on base percentage … recorded eight put outs in the field with 16 assists and five errors for .828 fielding percentage … tallied her first hit of the season against Kansas (Feb. 14) … logged a hit in both games against NC State this season.
Played in 42 games starting 29 at shortstop ... hit .222 with 16 hits, 16 runs scored, two doubles, two home runs and 13 RBI ... had a stolen base ... second on the team with 75 assists at shortstop ... picked up her first two collegiate hits against Loyola Marymount (March 7) ... had a RBI at Chattanooga (March 22) ... drove in two runs against Samford (March 29) ... hit a towering grand slam for her first collegiate home run at Appalachian State (April 22) ... picked up a hit in five-straight contests from April 25 through May 2 ... hit her second home run in game two against Radford (April 28) and had three RBI ... finished with two hits in the SoCon tournament against ETSU (May 7) and Western Carolina (May 7) ... was second on the team with six sacrifices.
a three-time Henlopen All-Conference performer as a shortstop at Lake Forest high school in Felton, Del. … played four seasons with the Delaware Diamonds winning four Delaware State championships … has played one season with the NJ Intensity in Farmingdale, N.J. under club coach Kevin O'Donnell … also she has received many academic accolades in the DIAA (Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association) Academic Honors and won the Delaware women's sports Alliance “Athlete of Promise” award in her sophomore year.
Gabrielle Nicole Cubbage … born April 1, 1996 in Dover, Delaware … daughter of James Cubbage and Darlene Sipple … has two siblings, Chase Sipple and James Cubbage III … majors in Kinesiology.