Brooks Bray-Softball Hitting Instructor

Brooks Bray


  • Made 113 appearances with 96 starts over her four years in Greensboro

  • Leaves the program a .332 hitter with 86 career hits, 54 runs scored, seven home runs, 34 RBIs and 10 stolen bases

  • Five career triples rank seventh in program history


  • Enjoyed a career year in her fourth campaign and earned Second Team All-ODAC honors

  • Appeared in 40 games for the Quakers this spring and posted career highs in batting average (.370), hits (37), extra-base hits (13) and home runs (4)

  • Scored 23 runs and drove in 13 runs

  • Made 17 appearances in league play with 16 starts

  • Hit .408 with a team-high 20 hits against conference opponents, scored 13 runs and collected eight RBIs

  • Best performance was a 3-for-3 outing with a home run and two RBIs in a 8-0 victory over Mary Baldwin College March 2.


  • Started 21 games in the outfield, but missed significant time due to injury

  • Hit .234 for the season with two doubles, one home run, and five RBI

  • Totaled four RBI in the second game of the Greensboro double header (2/25)


  • Started 37 games in the outfield

  • Hit .357 for the season with two doubles, two triples, two home runs, and 13 RBI

  • Had a .411 on-base percentage and 480 slugging percentage

  • Had seven multi-hit games, including a 3-for-3 afternoon at William Peace (2/26)

  • Also had three hits versus Eastern Mennonite (3/12)

  • Totaled three RBI in the first game of the Feb. 16 doubleheader at Methodist and game one of the doubleheader at Sweet Briar (4/5)


  • Played in 15 games, starting eight

  • Had a .571 slugging average in limited action

  • Had two triples and a double to comprise her three hits

  • Also had a perfect fielding percentage as an outfielder


  • Played for coach Charlie Brown at Ledford Senior High School

  • 2012 N.C. Softball Coaches Association All-State 3A honoree

  • Named to 2012 N.C. Softball Coaches Association All-District 5 3A Team

  • Named to The Dispatch’s 2012 All-Davidson County Team

  • Selected as the 2012 Mid-Piedmont Conference Player of the Year

  • Hit .520 with 13 doubles and 33 RBI as a senior

  • Picked up Ledford’s the 2011 Defensive Player of the Year prize

  • Helped the Panthers win the 2012 Mid-Piedmont Conference championship