Senior Year (2006)
Posted a 1.52 ERA in 41 appearances, 29 starts and 225 2/3 innings of action finished the season with a team-leading 299 strikeouts, ranking the senior second all-time in program history for punchouts in a single season finished her career with 569 career strikeouts, ranking her fourth all-time held batters to a .157 batting average led Indiana to one of its bests seasons in the last decade, accounting for a 21-10 record, seventh-best in program history wrapped up her career with a 39-35 record, ranking her seventh all-time anchored a pitching staff that allowed only 282 hits on the season, sixth-best mark in IU history finished sixth all-time in career appearances with 103 registered 76 career starts, ranking her eighth all-time spear-headed a school-record 461 combined strikeouts by the IU pitching staff, replacing the previous mark of 441 pitched nine games with double-digit strikeouts, nine of which collecting 15-or-more while out of the circle, made 19 starts as a designated player blasted three home runs on the season, moving her career mark to eight, ranking her tied for 11th all-time roped seven doubles on the year, moving her career mark to 15 rocketed a team-leading two triples finished with a team-leading 60 hits and 29 runs on the season finished the season ranked in the top 10 of 15 different hitting and pitching categories in the Big Ten threw the season's first complete-game shutout against South Florida (2/24) in the win over USF, fanned a school-record 23 batters in the effort almost tied her punch out record with a 22 strikeout performance against Indiana State (4/26) tossed a no-hitter against Kentucky (4/12) in a 2-0 victory, her second of her career became Indiana's first USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Week honoree for the week ending May 7 named first team All-Mideast Region selected to the Big Ten All-Tournament team honored with a second team All-Big Ten selection as a pitcher.
Junior Year (2005)
Held hitters to a .218 average on the year, ranking eighth in the Big Ten missed 30 games after a line drive broke a bone in her left wrist during IU's fourth game of the year allowed only seven doubles on the season, which tied for seventh in the conference was 2-10 with a 3.32 ERA returned to appear in 19 games with 13 starts, totaling 76.0 innings allowed just 64 hits while fanning 63 on the season came on strong in her last six appearances, four starts, allowing just four earned runs and 14 hits in 29 2/3 innings struck out 26 and walked 15 to close out her last six outings lost a heartbreaking 1-0 contest to Cal State Northridge in the season opener, logging a three-hit complete game, walking four and striking out seven in the process against Evansville on 4/26, threw her first collegiate no-hitter against a Purple Aces squad that had defeated then-No. 4 Texas, 2-0, on the road earlier in the year in the contest, walked four and struck out a season-high eight batters appeared in five games as the designated player (shortstop).
Sophomore Year (2004)
The top hurler on the team made 43 appearances with 34 starts posting a 16-15 record with four saves and a 1.63 ERA compiled a team-high 198 2/3 innings, allowing 138 hits, while fanning 207 batters against 67 walks her 207 strikeouts were seventh-most in a single season tossed 14 complete games, including four complete game shutouts struck out 10-plus batters four times on the season hit .262 with three home runs, 19 RBI and 15 runs scored won her first start of the year with a complete game 2-1 victory over Bethune-Cookman, going seven innings allowing just three hits and three walks against eight strikeouts tossed a season-high 10 innings twice, against Boston College on Feb. 7 and at Illinois-Chicago on Mar. 31 struck out a career-high 12 batters against Indiana State on Mar. 24 and Illinois-Chicago on Mar. 31 recorded a complete game 1-0 shutout against Minnesota with seven innings of work, allowing just five hits and no walks with nine strikeouts did not give up a run in her last three appearances spanning 11 innings, allowing just eight hits and a walk with nine punch outs.
Freshman Year (2003)[Junior College]
A first-team NAIA All-American at Thomas University started all 59 games in which she appeared led the team with a 1.10 ERA and an 18-8 record started 27 games with eight shutouts and 22 complete games pitched a team leading 179.2 innings, had 214 strikeouts and only 22 earned runs hit .353 in 184 at bats with five hits, including 16 doubles and three homeruns scored 44 across the plate compiled a .401 slugging percentage and a .500 on-base percentage.
Born Mariangee Josefina Gonzalez Bogado on July 4, 1984 majoring in criminal justice daughter of Angel and MaryLuz Bogado one brother, Angel Junior is a member of the Venezuelan National Team.