2012: Appeared in 47 games with 39 starts in the outfield ... Scored 15 runs and had 21 hits in 84 at-bats ... Was fifth on the team in stolen bases with six ... Went 1-for-2 with an RBI versus South Carolina (5/5) ... Had two hits, scored a run and stole a base against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (5/1) ... Posted two RBI versus Jackson State (4/3) ... Went 3-for-4 and scored a run against No. 24 Auburn (3/30) ... Had two steals and an RBI single versus Southern Miss (3/27) ... Went 1-for-3 with two runs scored at Arkansas (3/7) ... Knocked in a career-best three runs versus Belmont (3/3) ... Went 2-for-2 with two runs scored versus Tennessee-Chattanooga (3/2).
2011: Appeared in 51 games with 41 starts in the outfield ... Scored 11 runs and had 18 hits in 102 at-bats ... Tied for third on the team with four stolen bases ... Went 1-for-3 with a double at No. 4 Georgia (4/17) ... Also went 1-for-3 with a double in a doubleheader against Middle Tennessee (4/13) ... Stole a base and scored a run against No. 8 Tennessee (4/8) ... Posted two hits in a doubleheader against Arkansas (3/23) ... Scored a run and stole a base at South Carolina (3/13) ... Went 3-for-3 and scored a run against Indiana (2/20).
2010: Appeared in 42 games with eight starts ... Finished fifth on the squad with four stolen bases ... Scored 13 runs and drove in two ... Smashed an RBI double and scored versus Alcorn State (5/14) ... Scored twice as a pinch runner in a doubleheader versus Mississippi State (3/20) ... Scored twice and stole a base as a pinch runner in a doubleheader against South Carolina (3/10) ... Picked up an RBI in two at-bats versus Central Arkansas (3/3) ... Knocked an RBI single, walked twice, stole career-high two bases and scored once against Western Michigan (2/11).
2009: Appeared in 42 games with 20 starts ... Earned 10 starts in right field, seven at designated player and three in left ... Collected 12 hits in 57 at-bats ... Scored 11 runs and knocked in two more ... Singled and scored versus Central Arkansas (4/22) ... Went 4-for-7 and scored once in a doubleheader at No. 7 Georgia (4/11) ... Smashed an RBI double and scored a run versus Stephen F. Austin (2/13) ... Walked twice, scored once and had an RBI single in the Rebels' win at No. 9 Louisiana-Lafayette.
HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time first team all-county selection and 2005 first team all-state pick ... Also named second team all-state in 2006 ... Holds high school records in stolen bases (32) and hits (117) ... Also holds the Gwinnett County record with 10 career triples ... A member of back-to-back 8 5A region championship teams ... Posted a career batting average of .338 ... Named Grayson Scholar Athlete four times ... A High School Heisman finalist ... A member of the National Honor Society and BETA Club ... Posted a 4.0 GPA in high school.
CLUB TEAM: Played for the Georgia Elite ... Won the 2007 ASA 18A state championship ... Tied for ninth at the 2007 ASA 18A Nationals.
PERSONAL: Full name is Amanda Kathryn Hutcheson ... Born November 4, 1989 ... Daughter of Scott and B.J. Hutcheson ... An Exercise Science major ... Received theTaylor Medal, which is the highest academic honor a student can receive at the University of Mississippi ...Made the Dean's Honor in Fall 2008 and the Chancellor's Honor Roll in Fall 2009 and Fall 2011 ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll in 2010, 2011 and 2012 and to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll in 2009 ... Named to the SEC Community Service Team in 2011 ... Favorite class is Anatomy and Physiology ... Would "buy lots of new gear" if she were head coach for a day ... Chose Ole Miss because, "I loved the campus, the team and Oxford".
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