Beginning for the 2012-13 season, the former four-time letterwinner will serve as an undergraduate student assistant.
Posted four hits against East Carolina (March 9) and four RBI against Central Connecticut (Feb. 25). On the year, Lockwood had a .304 batting average, 56 hits, 33 runs scored, 10 home runs, 55 RBI (which ranks 12th in single-season records). Finished her career ranked 15th in batting average (.322), fourth in home runs (42), fifth in RBI (175), 18th in hits (178) and tied for 16th in doubles with 24 (record book here). Named a member of the State Farm Good Neighbor Team for her work on and off the field (release here), CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team (May 3), First Team Pac-12 All-Conference (May 16) and Second Team NFCA All-West Region (May 17). Named Second Team Academic All-America (May 24). Picked up First Team Pac-12 All-Academic honors (June 5). ReceivedNCAA Postgraduate Scholarship (Release).
Lockwood went .339 on the year, recording 39 runs in her 174 at-bats. She led the team in home runs with 19, which is second overall in the single-season record books and 10th overall in the nation. Annie also was first on the squad in RBI with 72, which marks her at second as well in single-season records. Her 1.16 RBI-per-game average ranked 11th nationally. She had an outstanding game over Cal on Apr. 2, where she hit two home runs for four RBI. Awards include: Second Team All Pac-10, Pac-10 Player of the Week (May 9), Pac-10 All-Academic First Team, WCWS All-Tournament Team, NFCA Second Team All-West Region, USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week(May 8).
Hit .337 on the season, good for fifth on the team with 39 runs scored, five doubles, two triples and 12 home runs. Her 12 longballs were good for second on the team only behind All-American teammate Katelyn Boyd.
While battling for time in the line-up, Lockwood made the most of it, hitting .250 on the season with a double and a home run in only 16 at-bats in the season for an astonishing .500 slugging percentage. She also collected a solid .333 on-base percentage as well as collecting a perfect 1.000 in fielding.
Lockwood donned the Maroon & Gold after a stellar senior year at Paradise Valley high school in Phoenix, Ariz. Her 2008 accolades include being named Co-MVP of the Year, Athlete of the Year, as well as spots on the All-City, All-Region and All-State teams. A multiple letter-winner in softball, golf and soccer, she was also an All-American in 2008. Putting forth a superb effort on and off the field, she was a member of the National Honor Society and named to Paradise Valley's Honor Roll.
The special education and sociology major was born in Phoenix, Ariz., to Don and Colleen Lockwood. She has one older brother Donnie and one older sister Stephanie Head. Her full name is Annie Maye Lockwood.
Second Team Academic All-America | May 24
First Team Pac-12 All-Academic | June 5
Second Team NFCA All-West Region | Release
First Team Pac-12 All-Conference | Release
CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team (May 3).
Member of the State Farm Good Neighbor Team | Release
NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship |Release
Women's College World Series All-Tournament Team
Second Team All Pac-10
First Team Pac-10 All-Academic
Second Team NFCA All-West Region
USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Week: May 8
Pac-10 Player of the Week: May 9
Annie Lockwood's Career Stats