LSU
Trena Peel
Title
Student Coach

2002 Semifinalist for USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year
2002 NFCA Second-Team All-American
2002 Easton First-Team All-American
2002 NFCA First-Team All-South Region
2002 SEC Athlete of the Year
2002 First-Team All-SEC
2002 First-Team All-Louisiana
2002 SEC All-Tournament Team
2002 NFCA/Louisville Slugger Division I Player of the Week (March 27)
2002 SEC Player of the Week (March 25)
2002 LSWA Hitter of the Week (March 26, April 30)
2002 Tiger Classic Tournament MVP
2001 NCAA Region 3 All-Tournament Team
2001 NFCA Second-Team All-South Region
2001 Second-Team All-SEC
2001 First-Team All-Louisiana
2001 USA National Red Team Member
1999 First-Team All-SEC
1999 Second-Team All-Louisiana
1999 SEC Player of the Week (February 16)

SENIOR SEASON (2002)
Was one of 25 semifinalists for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award … Named the SEC Athlete of the Year while earning first-team All-SEC honors … Selected an NFCA Second-Team All-American and First-Team All-South Region selection … A member of the SEC All-Tournament Team … Started in all 67 games … Named the NFCA Division I Player of the Week on March 27 after going 10-for-21 (.476) with four triples, a home run, four RBIs and eight runs scored … Also earned SEC and Louisiana Hitter of the Week honors after that performance … Selected the Tiger Classic Tournament Most Valuable Player after going 6-for-16 with two triples, five RBIs and six runs scored … Led the nation in triples per game and broke the LSU and SEC single-season triples record … Ranks fourth in NCAA history in single-season triples … Holds the LSU career triples record, is second in career triples in the SEC and 13th in NCAA history … Recorded 24 multiple-hit and eight multiple-RBI games … Had a team-best 12-game hitting streak … Twice she tied the school record with a pair of triples against Texas Tech and Southern Miss … Led the team in batting average, hits, runs scored, total bases, slugging percentage, on-base percentage and stolen bases … Ranked second in runs scored, third in total bases and hits, ninth in slugging percentage, stolen bases and hit-by-pitches, 10th in batting average and on-base percentage in the SEC … Holds the school record in career hit-by-pitches (28) and ranks second in career on-base percentage (.403), walks (72), stolen bases (79) … She ranks third in career games played (274), runs scored (173), home runs (19) and RBIs (144); fourth in career at-bats (811) and doubles (45) and fifth in career hits (269) and slugging percentage (.524).

JUNIOR SEASON (2001)
Named to the Second-Team All-SEC and All-South Region and was a First-Team All-Louisiana selection … Was a member of the NCAA Region 3 All-Tournament Team … Started in all 70 games … Ranked second on the team with a .337 batting average … Second on the team with a .398 average in SEC play … Finished the regular season with a 12-game hitting streak … Ranked second on the team in stolen bases (22-of-29) … Second on the team with nine home runs and ranks third in LSU history with 16 career home runs … Led the team with five triples … Second on the team with 44 RBIs and 46 runs scored … Had 18 multiple-hit games and nine multiple-RBI games … Led the team with a .571 slugging percentage … Hit a home run in all three games against Auburn during the regular season … Had 38 putouts, one assist and two errors in right field for a .951 fielding percentage … Ranks in the top 10 all-time in 12 different categories … Ranks fifth all-time in school history for runs scored with 118 and hits with 190 … Has the fourth-most career doubles (35) and triples (13) in school history … Member of the 2001 USA National Red Team and spent the summer touring the continental United States, Canada and Hawaii.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2000)
Started in 70 games and played in 71 … Hit .266 for the season with 28 runs, 50 hits, eight doubles, two triples, four home runs and 26 RBIs … Scored two runs in six different games … Had three hits on three occasions … Hit a triple in each game of the doubleheader against Louisiana Tech … Hit a home run in each game of the Saturday doubleheader against Arkansas … Was solid in the field only committing one error in 46 chances … Had a fielding percentage of .978 with 43 putouts and two assists … Saw action pitching in four games … Pitched a total of 7.2 innings only giving up one hit and allowing two runs … Recorded an ERAof 0.91 with five strikeouts.

FRESHMAN SEASON (1999)
Named to the All-SEC first team and All-Louisiana second team … Was the SEC Player of the Week for Feb. 16 … Third on the team with a batting average of .356 … Recorded 74 hits, 44 runs scored and knocked in 37 RBIs … Had four runs and four hits against Northwestern State … Hit 18 doubles, six triples and three home runs … Had two doubles against both Ole Miss and Kentucky … Had four RBIs against both Mississippi State and Arkansas … Was 16-of-18 on stolen base attempts … Season-high three stolen bases against Northwestern State … Had 30 putouts and five assists … Season-high three putouts against Texas Tech … Was a member of the 1999 USAJunior Olympic Softball Team.

HIGH SCHOOL
Honored as the 1998 Female Athlete of the Year at Gateway High School … Named to the 1997 All-America Team … Three-time member of the All-Colorado team … Three-time recipient of the Golden Bat Award … Named the Player of the Year and the Dr. Pepper Most Valuable Player in 1995 … Was a pitcher, leftfielder and shortstop in high school … Also participated in basketball and track.

PERSONAL
Parents are Cleothe Smith and Glenda Peel … Likes to go shopping and dancing … Favorite dessert is German Chocolate Cake … Majoring in computer science … Born on Jan. 15, 1980.