Softball



    1 Mariangee Bogado  
    Mariangee Bogado

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Mariara, Venezuela

    High School:
    U.E. Milagro de Maria

    Height:
    5-6

    Position:
    Pitcher/Infield


    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.

    Personal
    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.

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