1 Danyelle Shufelt
1 Danyelle Shufelt
Height: 5-6
Year: 2013
Hometown: Sutton, Vt.
High School: Lyndon Institute
Position: OF
Major: Mathematics
Bats/Throws: S/R


All Conference: First Team (2011)
All Conference: Second team (2010)
GNAC Rookie of the Week: 3/30/11
GNAC All-Academic (2011)
GNAC Honor Roll: 3/15/10, 3/28/11, 4/19/10

2012: Staring in all 42 games as the right fielder and the lead off batter as a junior…led the Saint Joes nine in most at bats (140)…posted a .307 batting average (43-140) with 30 runs, four doubles, one triple, six RBI, a slugging percentage of .350 and a.353 OBP…she did not make an error in 39 attempts…recorded 13 multiple-hit games and tallied a team high of the longest hitting streak with 13…went 2-4 with two runs and a triple in a 4-0 win over Emerson on March 30th…tallied a five hits in seven attempts with a run and two RBI in a double header sweep over Anna Maria College on March 31st…went with a run and a stolen base in a 5-0 win over the University of Southern Maine on April 3rd…went 5-9 with two runs and an RBI in a two game sweep against Rivier College…chipped in four hits in six attempts with three runs and an RBI in a two game win over Mount Ida College…went 2-4 with a run against Keuka on May 11th.


2011: One of four players to start in all 47 of the Monks’ games…hit .383 (64-167) with 49 runs, three doubles, nine RBI and 16 stolen bases in 17 attempts…paced the Royal Blue in at bats, runs and steals and ranked second on the squad in hits…notched 17 multiple-hit performances and recorded a 13-game hitting streak during her sophomore campaign…earned First Team All-GNAC honor and was listed on the conference weekly honor roll on March 28th…went 2-3 with three runs versus Washington College on March 15th…was 3-4 with a run and two steals against College of Wooster on March 19th…became the first player in program history to record five hits in a game when she went 5-5 with three runs and two swipes against Emerson College on March 26th…was 3-4 with two runs, a double and a career-high three stolen bases in a win over USM on April 6th…went 5-9 with three runs and two RBI in a conference sweep of Johnson & Wales on April 10th…rapped six hits in seven trips with four runs, an RBI, a double and a stolen base in a two-game set with Lasell College on April 22nd…scored five runs in a pair of GNAC victories over Norwich University on April 26th…was 3-3 with two runs and a stolen base in a conference tourney win over Rivier College on April 30th…had two hits and scored a run in the Monks’ NCAA Tournament triumph over Endicott College on May 12th…was caught stealing for the first time in her career against Coast Guard on May 13th.

2010: One of just five SJC players to start all 40 games…hit .368 (46-125) with 33 runs, 11 RBI, two doubles and a home run…was a perfect 8-8 on stolen base attempts…posted a solid .383 on-base percentage…was second on the team in hits and steals…ranked second on the team with 12 multiple-hit games and recorded a club-high 16-game hitting streak during her rookie campaign…ended the season on a four-game hit streak…went 2-4 with two runs and an RBI in her first NCAA game against Ohio-Wesleyan on March 7th…began her 16-game hit streak with a single against Wisconsin-Superior on March 13th and succeeded in reaching via base knock until an 0-2 effort against Pine Manor on April 10th…streak included eight multiple-hit efforts, including six games in a row…posted her first three-hit contest against Mount Ida on March 26th…connected for her first NCAA extra base hit, a double, against Johnson & Wales on April 3rd…went 2-4 with two runs, three RBI and her first collegiate home run against Simmons on April 12th…was 2-4 with a run and three RBI in a GNAC Tournament contest against Norwich on April 24th…named GNAC Rookie of the Week on March 30th and earned a pair of conference honor roll mentions during the season…garnered Second Team All-GNAC  honors.

High School:Played four years of varsity softball for Coach Pat Guckin at Lyndon Institute…made the Division 2 Vermont State Championship all four years…won three consecutive state championships and was involved in a 79-0 game winning streak…captain senior year…played in the 2009 North/South Softball Classic. 

Personal: Danyelle Leigh Shufelt, born on August 14, 1991 in St. Johnsbury, VT...daughter of James and Michele Shufelt...majoring in Mathematics.