|City/State:||New Orleans, La.|
|High School:||Cabrini HS|
2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll
SENIOR SEASON (2012)
Battled injuries to make 28 appearances which included 14 starts split between designated player (10) and second base (4) ... LSU won three of four games that Trosclair started at second base ... Notched a .255 batting average (12-for-47) and added seven RBIs ... Smacked a RBI double during her season debut which proved to be the game-winner in a 5-4 victory over South Alabama (Feb. 25) ... Was 1-for-4 with two RBIs during LSU's 7-4 win over No. 23 Oklahoma State (March 2) ... Provided a RBI single off the bench during the South Carolina finale (March 25) ... Reeled off hits in eight of her last 11 outings where she recorded an at-bat (April 17-June 2) ... Deposited a two-out, RBI single to provide a critical insurance run during the fifth inning of a 2-1 win over McNeese State (April 17) ... Made five consecutive starts (April 29-May 10) ... Picked up RBIs during the first two games of the Kentucky series (May 4-5) with a sacrifice fly and RBI single ... Cranked a pinch-hit triple and scored a run to cap LSU's 6-1 victory over No. 9 national seed Missouri (May 26) to open the NCAA Columbia Super Regional ... Slapped a pinch-hit infield single and scored on Morgan Russell's two-run single against No. 1 national seed California (May 31) at the Women's College World Series.
JUNIOR SEASON (2011)
Made 50 appearances, including 36 starts split between second base (33) and designated player (3) ... Batted .270 (27-for-100) to rank fifth on the squad and added five RBIs ... Upped her average to a .328 mark (19-for-58) when hitting No. 7 or No. 8 in the lineup ... Tied for fourth on the team with eight multi-hit efforts ... Secured a 9-for-12 clip in the stolen base department ... Went 1-for-3 with a run scored in LSU debut against Louisiana Tech (Feb. 11) ... Turned in 2-for-3 performances with a RBI versus Bowling Green (Feb. 12) and Purdue (Feb. 13) ... Picked up two RBIs as part of 2-for-2 effort against Southern (Feb. 18) ... Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored versus Nicholls State (Feb. 19) ...Scored two runs at Arkansas (April 2) ... Recorded a career-best five putouts against No. 1 Alabama (April 8) ... Pieced together a three-game hitting streak (April 6-9) highlighted by a career-high three hits during 3-1 victory over No. 1 Alabama (April 9) ... Went 1-for-3 with a RBI and scored a run in series finale against No. 6 Tennessee (April 17) ... Scored runs during three straight pinch running appearances (April 24-May 1) ... Returned to starting lineup in final three games of the NCAA College Station Regional (May 21-22) ... Equaled a career-best with three hits and swiped a program single-game record four stolen bases against Sacred Heart (May 21) ... Went 1-for-3 with a runs scored versus Syracuse (May 21).
REDSHIRT SEASON (2010)
Trosclair will sit out the 2010 season due to SEC transfer regulations, and she will have two years of eligibility remaining at LSU starting in 2011.
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE SEASONS (2008 & 2009 at Auburn)
Played two seasons and appeared in 107 games with 84 starts for the Tigers ... 76 of her 84 starts came at second base ... Went 8-for-11 in the stolen base department fueled by a 6-of-7 mark as a sophomore ... Knocked home game-winning RBI against Lipscomb (March 17) ... Belted her first career home run (high school or college) against Arkansas in series finale (April 5) ... Slapped hits in all three games of the LSU series (May 2-3) ... Started 51 games as a freshman ... Tallied her first career hit against Gardner Webb (Feb. 16) to open a career-long four-game hitting streak ... Was 1-for-2 with a run scored and drove home her first career RBI during series finale against Mississippi State (March 12) ... Notched first multi-hit game against Ole Miss (March 15) ... Walked and scored game's only run against No. 9 Tennessee (March 29) ... Paced team with a .667 batting average at the 2008 NCAA Regionals highlighted by a 3-for-3 performance against Stephen F. Austin (May 17) ... Member of the 2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Three-year letterwinner for Tony Labella at Cabrini High School in New Orleans ... Named New Orleans Metro Area High School Athlete of the Year ... Team won three district titles ... Tallied All-District First-Team and All-New Orleans Team accolades in 2006 & 2007 ... Also lettered for two seasons in volleyball and one season in track.
Daughter of Brian and Giselle Trosclair ... Born on Sept. 25, 1989 ... Has one sister, Carlie (25) ... Graduated in May 2012 with a degree in kinesiology with a sports studies concentration.