19 Rae-Marie Copan
19 Rae-Marie Copan
Height: 5-4
Year: 2014
Hometown: Newton, Mass.
High School: Newton North
Position: P
Major: English
Bats/Throws: R/R


GNAC All-Tournament Team (2011, 2012)
GNAC All-Academic (2012) 

2012: Made 12 starts and appeared in 14 games overall…recorded a 8-4 record with a .93 ERA…allowed 51 hits and walked only five walks with 39 strikeouts in 75.1 innings pitched…led in team in lowest ERA, tied lowest in walks, 2nd most appearances (14), 2nd most innings pitched…also recorded 21 plate appearances as a hitter…with one RBI...with 19 attempts she recorded zero errors…received the GNAC All-Academic and GNAC All-Tournament Team for the second consecutive year…pitched eight innings with only allowing five hits and three runs with three strikeouts against North Park on March 12th…pitched one inning with only one hit and one strikeout in a 11-2 win over Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts on March 16th…hurled seven innings with just three hits and fanned three batters in a 4-0 victory against Emerson College on March 30th…pitched five innings with only two hits and one run with three strikeouts in a 23-1 win over Anna Maria College on March 31st…tossed seven innings with only seven hits and two runs with nine strikeouts in a 4-2 triumph against the University of Southern Maine on April 3rd…threw five innings with only three hits and two strikeouts in a 9-0 win over Emmanuel College on April 5th…pitched five innings with just two hits and one run with two strike outs in a 11-1 victory against Pine Manor College on April 9th…hurled five innings with only three hits and one strikeout in a 11-0 win over Rivier College on April 13th…threw three innings with only one hit and one run and fanning one batter against the University of Maine on April 25th…tossed seven innings with five hits and one run with one strikeout in a 6-1 win over Emerson College on April 28th…pitched four innings in relief with only two hits and one run with five strikeouts against Keuka on May 11th.

2011: Made 12 starts and appeared in 18 games overall as one of the Monks’ top pitchers…posted an 8-3 record with a 2.55 ERA…allowed 86 hits and just five walks with 50 K’s in 85 innings….ranked second on the SJC staff in innings and strikeouts…also hit .200 (1-5) with a double and two RBI at the plate…listed on the GNAC All-Tournament Team…fanned three batters and allowed one hit in two innings in her first collegiate appearance – a 9-1 win over UMass.-Dartmouth on March 14th…yielded one run and seven hits with four K’s in six innings to collect her first NCAA victory against Washington College on March 15th…improved to 2-0 after allowing one earned run off eight hits against North Park on March 18th…suffered a loss but pitched well against Wisconsin-Oshkosh the next day when she fanned five and allowed two earned runs off seven hits in seven innings…struck out a career-high seven batters and allowed one run off three hits in a 3-1 complete-game victory over Mount Ida College on April 14th…tossed a complete-game shutout with three hits allowed an three punch-outs against Lasell College on April 22nd…earned a win against Rivier College in the GNAC Tournament after allowing two runs off five hits with six K’s in five innings…defeated the Raiders again the following day in the GNAC Championship when she yielded one run off four hits with five strikeouts in five innings…notched her first NCAA save with a perfect inning against Husson on May 8th…collected an NCAA Tournament victory after allowing three runs off five hits with a pair of K’s against Coast Guard on May 13th.

High School: Four-year varsity starting pitcher at Newton North High School...her team advanced to the Division 1 North tournament all four years...played in the semifinals as a junior year and quarterfinals as a senior...was a four-time Bay State Conference First Team All-Star...earned Daily News Tribune Softball Player of the Year honors in 2008 and 2009...as a senior, hit .408 with 27 RBI with the bat and notched a 0.98 ERA with 174 K’s and just eight walks in 140 innings...fanned 586 batters in her high school career.

Personal: Rae-Marie Copan, born on February 20, 1992 in Newton, MA...daughter of John and Paula Copan...majoring in English with a focus on Creative Writing.