21 - Alyssa Ray
Alyssa Ray
Height: 5-2
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lompoc, CA
High School: Lompoc HS
Previous College: Allan Hancock
Position: INF
EXP: 1V

2012

Ray had a strong season for the Matadors in her final year with the club … batted .193 for the season with six runs, 22 hits, five doubles, a home run and 11 RBIs … tied for second on the club in doubles and RBIs … led the Big West Conference with 147 defensive assists, all coming from third base … drew six walks and was hit by a pitch six times during the year … also had two sacrifice hits and stole a base in 2012 … had a season-high four hits on two occasions … scored a season-high two runs against New Mexico … had a season-high two RBIs in three different games … hit her first career home run in CSUN’s win over Nevada … against Big West opponents, she batted .143 with six hits, a double and five RBIs … finished the season with a .932 fielding percentage in over 200 chances. 

2011

Ray had one official at-bat for the Matadors in her first year with the program ... saw the plate against UC Riverside in game two of a doubleheader on May 7.

Allen Hancock

Ray spent two seasons with the Bulldogs, playing her final year for former CSUN great Scia Maumausolo ... earned all-conference second team honors following 2010 season ... named Allan Hancock Female Scholar Athlete of the Year during 2009-10 year ... received AA degree in 2010.

Lompoc High School

Ray played four years for the Braves ... earned All-Los Padres League First Team honors three times ... also played volleyball and basketball ... graduated in 2007.

Personal

Born on August 4, 1989 ... daughter of Rosa and Jeff Ray ... has two brothers, Jason and Jeffrey, and one sister, Lauren ... favorites include the New York Yankees, Jersey Shore, Derek Jeter and "Love and Basketball" ... favorite pregame ritual is applying her eye black ... would change the college football system if she were president of the NCAA ... once met Michael Jordan ... lists her grandmother Frances as her greatest hero ... majoring in Liberal Studies.