Rachel Hay
Rachel Hay


Kansas City, Mo.

High School:
Oak Park




2013 Mizzou Softball Season Review

The Tigers (38-14) advanced to the program's sixth-straight NCAA Super Regional


Super Regional Time at University Field

No. 6 Tigers start series with No. 11 Washington at 8 p.m., Thursday (ESPN) at University Field


No. 6 Mizzou Starts Columbia Regional with Stony Brook

Tigers play Friday (5:30 p.m.) vs. Stony Brook at University Field


No. 7 Mizzou Outlasted in SEC Final, Earn Runner-Up Finish

Tigers drop 10-4 result to top-seeded Florida, land three on SEC All-Tournament team


No. 7 Mizzou to Face No. 22 Arkansas in SEC Quarterfinals

Tigers and Razorbacks meet at 3 p.m. CT, Thursday on ESPNU


Missouri Softball vs Tennessee - May 5, 2013 - Senior Day

Missouri vs Tennessee - Senior Day


Missouri Softball vs. Arkansas - April 14, 2013

Missouri vs. Arkansas


Missouri Softball vs. South Carolina - March 30, 2013

Missouri vs. South Carolina


Missouri Softball vs Georgia Tech - March 23, 2013

Missouri vs Georgia Tech

2013 (Senior):
• Appeared in 30 games in her final Mizzou season, starting 11 between catcher and designated player.
• Provided a big swing for the Tigers, slugging .674 for the season behind a .256 (11-for-43) batting average.
• Very first at-bat of the season went deep in the season-opening, five-inning 11-3 win over UCBS at the Gaucho Classic in Santa Barbara, Calif.
• Pulled off the pinch-hitting long ball feat again in the first game of the doubleheader at Missouri State (April 3), a two-run homer in the five-inning, 12-0 win.
• Hit five home runs during her last year in the Black & Gold, surpassing her career total of three from her first three seasons.
• First home run while starting came in the second game of the Georgia Tech doubleheader (March 23), a grand slam that helped the Tigers to a 16-0 win.
• Hit her last two home runs within a span of a week, first in the six-inning, 12-8 win over No. 2 Tennessee (May 5). She then hit a solo shot against No. 2 Florida on May 11.
• Finished the season with 17 RBI on 11 hits, scoring eight runs.

2012 (Junior):
• Started her first game of the season against Eastern Kentucky on Feb. 18, going 1-for-3 with a single.
• On March 9, she again got the start at catcher and went 2-for-3 with two doubles and three runs batted in against Alcorn State.
• Two days later, again against Alcorn State, roped another double and scored a run while drawing two walks.
• Singled in a run against Iowa, and went 2-for-3 with her first home run of the season against Evansville on March 28, driving in three.
• Came off the bench against Iowa State on April 27 and hit her second home run of the year, bringing in a pair.
• In game two of a doubleheader with Murray State, she recorded two singles and drove in two more runs.
• Finished the season with a .250 batting average, two home runs and 11 runs batted in. She posted an on-base percentage of .353 and slugged at a .455 clip. She was perfect behind the plate, recorded a 1.000 fielding percentage in 81 chances.

2011 (Sophomore):

• Appeared in 17 games for Missouri while earning two starts.
• Picked up two hits on the year, both of the extra base variety.
• On March 18 at home against Western Michigan, she blasted her first career home run, sending a solo shot off the scoreboard in center field.
• On March 30 against North Texas, she came off the bench and delivered a pinch hit double in the second game of the doubleheader with the Mean Green.

2010 (Freshman):

• Started five times during the season, with her first start coming in game two of the season-opening doubleheader with No. 2 Alabama.
• Started against Radford at the NFCA Leadoff Classic and picked up a pair of hits in four at bats.
• Had another two-hit game against UMKC on March 7, where she also scored her first career run. Her single up the middle plated the first RBI of her collegiate career.

Oak Park:
• The Ladie Oakies of Oak Park High School were district champions for three-consecutive seasons, during her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons.
• Played for the team as a catcher and first and third baseman.
• Her sophomore through senior seasons, was ranked all-district, all-metro, all-region, all-state and all-conference.
• Voted by her coaches and teammates, she was selected as MVP for both her softball and track teams.
• Played softball for the Olathe Rockets who were USSSA all world team and world champions in 2006.

• The daughter of Mark Hay and Caroline Carter, Hay was born March 26, 1991, in Kansas City, Mo.
• Has one sibling, sister Laura Hay.
• Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies.

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