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Abby Fenichel

#6 Abby Fenichel

HT. 5-6
HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL) Clermont, Fla. (East Ridge HS)
MAJOR Exercise Science

2017 (Junior): 

  • Played 56 games at catcher, starting all 56. 
  • Batted .287 overall, including a team-best .302 average in ASUN play.
  • Notched 47 hits, 23 runs, six doubles, three home runs, 27 RBI, and 64 total bases.
  • Hit by a pitch 11 times to lead the team for the second year in a row.
  • Posted a .390 slugging percentage and a .387 on-base percentage.
  • Earned a .993 fielding percentage and thre out 11 stolen base runners.

2016 (Sophomore):

  • First Team All-ASUN
  • Played 53 games at catcher and did not miss an inning behind the plate. Also played two games at 3rd.
  • Eighth overall in ASUN with 36 RBI and fourth in ASUN games only with 17
  • Batted .288 overall, including a .327 clip against league opponents
  • Finished ninth in the ASUN with a career high 8 home runs
  • Tied for first on team with 10 multiple RBI games, and third with 12 multi-hit games.
  • Her 13 doubles were fourth most in the league - seven came in conference play
  • Threw out an ASUN high 20 runners attempting to steal
  • Belted two homers versus IUPUI (2/20)
  • Hit by a pitch 11 times, fourth overall in the ASUN.

2015 (Freshman):

  • A-Sun All-Freshman Team (unanimous)
  • Ranked 15th in NCAA Division I in hit by pitch category with .36 per game
  • Finished 22nd in A-Sun games only with a .333 batting average and 36th with eight RBI
  • Tied for third on team with six multiple-RBI games
  • Season and career high four RBI against Missouri-Kansas City
  • Hit five home runs including two in season opener against Missouri-Kansas City

High School:

  • 4-year varsity letter-winner at East Ridge High School in Clermont, Florida
  • Member of District Championship Team (2011)
  • Top 40 in Class 7-A in slugging percentage


  • Parents are Carol and Scott Baker
  • Two sisters, Danielle Baker and Kyla Baker
  • One brother, Blake Baker
  • Plans on majoring in psychology