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#12 Brittany Postma
Position: Outfielder
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Madison, S.D.
High School: Madison High School
Experience: 3 Letters

2009: Finished her senior season with a .307 average (46-for-150) and started all 46 games in which she played ... team leader with 21 runs scored, 14 stolen bases (59 for her career, second all-time) and three triples (11 in career, third all-time) ... the National Strength and Conditioning Association awarded Postma with its All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year award, recognizing her dedication to strength training and conditioning ... had 14 multi-hit games ... set a career high with a 4-for-4 day with three runs and two triples vs. St. Louis (2/20) ... hit a homerun and a double while driving in three runs and scoring twice at IUPUI (3/21) ... tied a career high by scoring three times at UMKC along with a triple (4/18)

2008: Started all 44 games in the outfield ... led the team with a career-high .339 batting average (43-for-127) ... also finished the year with a career-high 22 runs scored and 14 RBI ... tied for second on the team with a .373 on base percentage ... hit first career homerun vs. Centenary (4/5) ... went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBI vs. Dayton (2/10) ... started the season with 12 hits in the first 14 games ... knocked in a career-high three RBI vs. Centenary (4/5) ... recorded 11 multi-hit games ... needs three stolen bases to move from fourth to second in career stolen bases at SDSU ... tied for sixth all-time at SDSU with eight career triples

2007: Started all 49 games in the outfield ... saw the ball well during her sophomore season, posting a batting average of .283 (39-for-138), good for second on the team ... led the team with three triples ... scored 15 runs and also posted 10 RBI ... finished second on the team with 25 stolen bases in 29 attempts ... stolen base total tied for the second-highest single-season mark in school history, giving her 35 for her career and moving her to fifth on SDSU’s career list ... recorded 11 multi-hit games ... went 3-for-3 against Creighton on March 22 ... went 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored at Minnesota on April 24 ... went 3-for-3 against Kennesaw State on April 27 ... stole three bases against Saint Peter’s on March 9

2006: Played in 55 of the team’s 60 games, including 49 starts ... named Independent Newcomer of the Week following an opening weekend where she started all six games for the Jackrabbits at the Buzz Classic and responded by hitting .312 (5-of-16) with two stolen bases and one RBI ... for the season, scored 10 runs on 21 hits ... stole 10 bases on 11 attempts ... one of just two Jackrabbits to earn the title “Iron Jack” for her efforts in the weight room

Before SDSU: Came to South Dakota State after graduating from Madison High School ... competed in softball, cross-country, gymnastics, power lifting and track and field during prep athletic career ... earned academic all-state recognition in both gymnastics and track ... received a total of 21 varsity letters during her high school career ... four-time gymnastics team state champion ... ran on the 2005 Madison 4x100 championship squad ... two-time all-tournament team selection in gymnastics ... gained valuable playing experience as member of Dakota Wild, Minnesota Irish and Tri-Valley club teams ... twin sister of fellow Jackrabbit Brooke Postma