Chelsea Cavellier '13
2012: 33 games, .333 avg., 102 AB, 34 hits, 12 runs, 20 RBI, 2-2 SB, 10 BB
2011: 31 games, .271 avg., 70 AB, 19 hits, 7 runs, 8 RBI, 2-2 SB, 8 BB
2010: 29 games, .323 avg., 96 AB, 31 hits, 17 runs, 12 RBI, 3-3 SB, 15 BB
Totals: 132 games, .312 avg., 382 AB, 119 hits, 59 runs, 56 RBI, 15-15 SB, 47 BB
Cavellier earned Liberty League All-Conference honors for the third time
in her career as she was an Honorable Mention selection at catcher. The Dexter, NY native finished the season
ranked sixth in Division III in sacrifice flies while leading the Saints with
20 RBIs. Named to the Conference
All-Tournament team, she was also tied for first with two homeruns, second in
slugging percentage and batting average and third in hits. Cavellier earned All-Academic honors for her
efforts in the classroom. A psychology and sociology double major, she is a member of the Psi Chi honorary, SaGA and APO. Cavellier also earned Dean's List honors in the fall of 2012.
2011: Cavellier took on the catching role in her sophomore season and finished with 19 hits in 70 at bats for a .271 batting average. The Dexter, NY native was third on the team in doubles and was tied for second in walks with eight. She was named to the Liberty League Second Team and also earned All-Academic honors.
2010: Cavellier started in every game as a rookie, earning Liberty League Honorable Mention honors. The Dexter, NY native finished with a .323 average and was tied for the most triples in the Liberty League. Cavellier, who also was top-3 in the conference in walks (15), added a solid glove at third base where she posted one of the highest fielding percentages at the position in University history. She earned Dean's List honors in the spring of 2010.
At General Brown: Cavellier was a three-sport athlete, earning recognition in Softball, Soccer and Basketball. The Dexter, NY native captained both the softball and soccer teams and was a three-time Frontier League MVP selection for softball as well. A member of the National Honor Society, Cavellier was also a three-time First Team All-North choice.