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2009: Started 46 games for the Rebels with 44 coming at first base and two at designated player ... Recorded 24 hits in 119 at-bats ... Posted two doubles and 10 RBI ... Singled, walked and scored once at Louisiana Tech (4/29) ... Hit an RBI double against Central Arkansas (4/22) ... Collected a two-run single in a win over Arkansas (3/28) ... Hit a two-run single at South Carolina (3/18) ... Picked up two singles at Auburn (3/7) ... Collected four hits, two RBI and scored a run in a doubleheader at Alcorn State (2/25) ... Singled twice, knocked in a run and scored versus Loyola Marymont (2/19).
2008: Played in 39 games with 33 starts for the Rebels ... Started 27 games at first base, three in right and three at designated player ... Recorded 10 hits in 86 at-bats ... Set the Ole Miss single season record with a .995 fielding percentage ... Committed only one error on the season ... Ranked seventh on the team with 10 RBI ... Singled, knocked in one run and scored once against Central Arkansas (3/18) ... Collected an RBI single at No. 5 Florida (3/8) ... Knocked in two runs on two hits versus Belmont (3/1) ... Scored four times and drove in four runs on two hits and two walks in a doubleheader versus Alcorn State (2/13).
2007: Played in and started four games for the Rebels ... Saw all four starts at 1B ... Tore her ACL in a collision at first base versus Houston (2/10) and did not see action the rest of the season ... Went 2-for-3, including a double, and drove in a run against UT-Arlington (2/10).
HIGH SCHOOL: Helped guide Keller High School to a perfect 37-0 record and 2005 National Championship distinction, as well as 2003 and 2005 Texas state titles under the direction of coach Moe Fritz ... Two-time All-State pick by the TSWA and TGCA ... Four-time All-District selection ... Recognized by the Dallas Morning News as the District Defensive Player of the Year in 2005 ... All-Tournament selection in the 2005 and 2006 state playoffs ... An NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete ... Also a standout volleyball player, earning DMN District Setter of the Year and All-District first team honors in 2005, her only season playing volleyball.
CLUB TEAM: Played alongside fellow Ole Miss teammates Alyssa McGovern, Becky Nye and Amber Tramp on the Wicked club team.
PERSONAL: Full name is Alyssa Renee Presswood ... Born November 15, 1987 ... Daughter of Mark and Pam Presswood ... Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll in Spring and Fall 2007 ... Father played football at Texas A&M, mother played softball at Texas A&M and brother plays baseball at Texas State University ... Favorite dessert is bananas foster ... Favorite Ole Miss athlete is Dexter McCluster ... Her most prized possession is her cat, Oscar ... Few people know that her and Alyssa McGovern named after the same person ... Would live in Australia.
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