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Bridget Connors   12
Bridget Connors

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Cumberland, R.I.

High School:
Cumberland

Height:
5-8

Position:
C/OF

B/T:
R/R


BEFORE SIENA- Attended Cumberland High School... After missing her junior year while recovering from knee surgery, Connors enjoyed a monster senior season for Cumberland (R.I.) High...The First Team Providence Journal All-State selection started every game behind the plate for the Clippers...Broke the school record by hitting .487 and posted team highs in both hits (37) and runs scored (18)...Named a First Team All-State selection as a sophomore...Posted 12 multi-hit performances in 16 games this spring...Hit a robust .700 with runners in scoring position and stole six bases.

PERSONAL- Born July 3, 1995...Daughter of Charles and Paula Connors...Has a brother, Kevin, 14...Has two sisters, Kelly, 24 (Gettysbugh College), Darcie, 21 (Gettysbugh College).

LAJEUNESSE ON BRIDGET: "Bridget gives us depth behind the plate and in the outfield," noted Lajeunesse. "We expect her to be someone who is a high average offensive threat with a high on base percentage who performs exceptionally well in clutch situations."

GETTING TO KNOW BRIDGET:

Major: Undecided Liberal Arts

What I like most about Siena College: Small friendly campus

What I like most about my sport: It's a team sport

What I like most about coach: His sense of humor

Another Siena sport I follow: Basketball

Player I most relate to on the team: Danielle

My biggest fan: My dad

My before game/meet routine: Braid my hair

Person I look up to the most: My dad

Sport/Position I always wanted to try: Pitcher

When I am not playing my sport, you can find me: With my friends

One thing you can't live without: Coffee

My dream job: Personal trainer

My Favorite...

Class at Siena College: Freshman Seminar

Color: Blue

Sports Teams: Celtics and Red Sox

Type of ice cream: Vanilla

Phone app: Snapchat

Animal: Dog

Food: Hummus

Movie: We're the Millers

Pro Athlete: David Ortiz

Number: 3

Pro Team: Celtics

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