Finished the season with a .347 batting average, 51 hits, 34 runs, 14 RBI and a .386 on-base percentage. Started in 53 games of 58 played while not committing an error all year. In ASU career records, Haro ranks 10th in batting average (.346). She finishes her careerafter playing in 212 games, with 162 hits, 117 runs scored, 12 doubles, 53 RBI and a .346 batting average.Named Pac-12 All-Conference Honorable Mention (May 16) and Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic (June 5).
Had a 1.000 fielding percentage with 65 putouts and three assists alongside zero errors. Haro also notched the third-best batting average on the squad with .366, starting in 62 games and appearing in 64. Scored 43 runs for ASU and her swing was equally as formidable with 60 hits, the third most on the team. Haro stole six bases on the season as well and drove in 18 RBI. Her career batting average is now at .346, which places her at 10th overall in the ASU record books. March 9 saw Haro hit her first career home run as the Devils faced Florida Gulf Coast. Named NFCA Second Team All-West Region.
Scoring 19 runs and hit at a .271 clip on the season in 96 at-bats. Was named a Pac-10 All-Academic Team Honorable Mention by seasons end.
Had a .410 average which earned her a starting spot by the WCWS. Once she earned a starting spot, she scored 21 runs off her 25 hits, three of which were doubles for a .459 slugging percentage. Tallied a .448 on-base percentage and went 4-for-5 in stolen bases. Posted a flawless 1.000 fielding percentage in 2009.
Another in-state product, Talor joined the Sun Devil outfield after coming off an exciting career at Highland High School in Gilbert, Ariz. A four-time letterwinner, she held a .699 batting average and was named to the First Team All-Region four years in a row. The three-time MVP lead her team as captain and was named to the All-State teams in 2007 and 2008. A performer on and off the field, she was named to the Highland honor roll, and says her most exciting moment in sports was signing on to the Sun Devil squad.
The BIS in communication and exercise wellness major was born to Ivan and Vicki Haro of Mesa, Arizona. She has two older sisters Shawny and Shelli, and one younger brother Tanner. Her full name is Talor Rae Haro.
NFCA Second Team All-West Region
Pac-10 Academic All-Conference Honorable Mention
Pac-10 All-Conference Honorable Mention
Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention
Talor Haro's Career Stats