Started 48 of Mizzou's 52 games in 2013, primarily at third base before shifting to a designated player role during the postseason.
Batted .309 (42-for-136), recording a team-best 47 RBI while hitting 10 doubles, two triples and eight home runs for a .588 slugging percentage.
Finished her sophomore season ranked 13th in the Southeastern Conference in RBI.
Started season with a pristine outing at UCSB in the Gaucho Classic in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Feb. 15, batting 2-for-2 with two RBI and two runs scored with a double and home run.
Homered again the next day in the five-inning, 11-3 victory vs. Fresno State.
Entered stretch with four RBI in three of four games with strong games at Ole Miss (March 15, 17) and vs. Georgia Tech (March 23), with her four RBI against the Yellow Jackets coming by way of a grand slam.
Had career-bests with two home runs and five RBI in the first game of the South Carolina doubleheader (March 29), a five-inning 12-3 win, batting 2-for-3 with two runs scored.
Hit a third home run for the South Carolina doubleheader in the second game, a five-inning, 8-0 victory, batting 2-for-3 with four RBI.
Blasted long balls in both games of doubleheader at Missouri State (April 3), batting 4-for-6 with five RBI in the two victories.
One of two Tigers to earn three walks in a game, earning the trio of free passes in the game vs. Arkansas (April 14), also batting 2-for-2 with two RBI.
Stellar performance in the doubleheader as Western Illinois (May 1), batting 1-for-3 with three RBI and two walks in the initial 10-5 win before a 3-for-4 game in the following six-inning, 12-4 victory.
Started 35 games as a freshman and appeared in 50 of Mizzou's 61 games over the course of the year.
Started the year at third base and also saw playing time in the outfield and behind the plate.
In her first start against Ball State, she drew a pair of walks and singled in her only official at bat.
Drove in her first career RBI two days later, going 1-for-2 with a walk and stolen base against East Tennessee State.
Hit her first career home run against UC Davis on Feb. 24, finishing the game with two hits, an RBI and two runs scored.
From March 3-14, hit safely in 11 straight games, the second-longest hitting streak of the season by a Tiger. During that stretch she doubled three times, homered once, scored nine runs and drove in seven RBI while hitting .400 (12-for-30).
In the series-evening win against Texas, she came off the bench and finished the game 2-for-3 with a run.
Had a big series at Oklahoma, hitting safely in all three games. In the opener, she went 2-for-4 with a double, while she added singles in each of the final two contests.
Helped the Tigers to a win in the NCAA Regional opener, coming off the bench to add a pinch hit RBI single against Illinois State.
Finished the year with a .262 batting average and got on base at a .347 clip.
Played catcher and third base for the Poway Titans under head coach Jim Bennet, where they finished as Palomar League Champions during her senior season.
As a junior, she led the squad in home runs, doubles and RBI.
Was a four-time All-Palomar League selection and was selected to the All-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) team four times, earning second team honors her first two seasons before picking up first team recognition as a junior and a senior.
Also played field hockey and volleyball in high school.
Was elected into Poway High's Hall of Fame as a catcher for her illustrious career as a Titan.
Angela Randazzo was born to Michael and Michele Randazzo on Jan. 12, 1993 in San Diego, Calif.
Has one sibling, an older brother, Joe.
Majoring in physical therapy and wants to be a sports physical therapist after graduation.