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Annie Voyles
Annie  Voyles


Bronson, FL

High School:
Trenton High School

Last College:
Florida Gulf Coast




Elementary Education

Junior (2006): Served primarily as the team's bullpen catcher...first hit as an Owl came versus Boston (3/7)...first RBI came versus Rutgers in a 9-0 win (3/10)...picked up a bases-loaded walk for her second RBI of the season in a pinch-hitting role versus East Tennessee State (4/13)...scored her first run in an Owl uniform (5/3)...went 1-for-8 on the season in eight games played including five starts...walked six times while striking out just twice...reached base in seven of her 14 plate appearances...made two errors on 28 total chances for a .929 fielding percentage.

Florida Gulf Coast: Played at Florida Gulf Coast as a freshman where she earned Conference Freshman of the Year honors and posted a record of 13-3 in 22 appearances and an ERA of 1.58...hit .213 and played in a total of 52 games with 42 starts...hit .247 as a sophomore with 22 starts and 31 games played...held an era of 1.57 in a season cut short by injury.

Travel Ball: Played with two teams: the Gainesville Gators and the Gold Coast Hurricanes...played for Coaches Terri Knecht (SFCC, SCAD) Chris Ahern (SFCC) and Theresa Kraus (PK Yonge High School).

High School: Played for John Vickers at Trenton High School where she was a 2003 graduate and a four-year varsity starter...while at Trenton she was a four-time first-team all-state selection as well as first team all-area, first team all-sun and first team all conference selection...also named the Wendy's High School Heisman Nominee and the Marine Distinguished Athlete of the Year...Navy Scholar Athlete of the Year graduated with honors and was ranked no. 7 in her class...she also served as the FFA vice president and was a Beta Club and marching band member...two-sport athlete (softball and volleyball).

Personal: Elementary education major...daughter of Karen and Dennis Voyles...born on April 17, 1985, in St. Cloud, goals include completing her education degree and obtaining a master's degree in Deaf Education.

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