|Kelly Boyle 6
Tri-Captain this season...Preseason First Team All-MAAC...Boyle gained valuable experience as a freshman and sophomore and enjoyed a breakthrough season as a junior...She was selected Lowell Sun Player of the Year as a senior at Tewksbury...She was also named Merrimack Valley Conference Division I Player of the Year and chosen to the Boston Herald's All Scholastic Squad...Was a three-time Lowell Sun All-Star and four-time All-Conference selection...Daughter of Thomas and Nancy Boyle...Brother Tom graduated from Quinnipiac and sister Molly currently attends Suffolk Law School...Chose Siena because of the softball program.
AS A JUNIOR-MAAC Second Team selection...Two-time MAAC Player of the Week selection (4/25 and 5/8)...Appeared in 44 games, batting .316...Set a school record with 12 home runs...Had 37 hits, including nine doubles and one triple in 117 at bats...Scored 22 times while driving in 39 runs...Stole two bases in two attempts...Boasted a .718 slugging percentage...Had an eight game hitting streak which included three multi-hit and three multi-RBI games...Went 4-for-5, scoring three runs, with six RBI and two home runs against UAlbany (3/29)...Went 2-for-2, driving in two runs, hitting one home run, and scoring twice against Iona (5/6).
AS A SOPHMORE- Started in 36 of 37 games played, batting .276...Had 29 hits in 105 at bats, scoring 17 times and driving in 19 runs...Was a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate against Rider (4/10), smashing two home runs and collecting five RBI.
AS A FRESHMAN- Started 22 of 29 games she appeared in...Batted .172...Tied for third on team with nine RBI...Hit two home runs...Had 11 hits in 64 at bats and scored seven times...Against Binghamton (4/22) she had two hits, a home run, three RBI, and two runs scored.
PARKS ON BOYLE- "Kelly has already established herself among the best players in the MAAC, and I don't believe we've seen what she's capable of achieving. She is an explosive hitter, who will get her money's worth with each and every swing. She covers a ton of ground at shortstop, and plays with as much heart as anyone I've ever coached."