|3 Lea Hopson
COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO
One of the top junior college prospects in the country the past two seasons ... hit .431 as a sophomore with 12 home runs and 46 RBI en route to earning first team All-American honors by the NJCAA ... also totaled a .421 on-base percentage and .702 slugging percentage ... finished the year with five doubles, four triples, and a team-leading 24 stolen bases ... named the NJCAA Region 18 Player of the Year following the season ... was a first-team All-Region 18 selection as well ... hit .358 as a freshmen with nine home runs and 53 RBI ... totaled 11 doubles and six triples that year, too ... went 28-for-30 on stolen base attempts ... finished her junior college career as a .390 hitter with 102 RBI and 23 home runs ... was 53-for-57 on stolen base attempts after reaching base at a .470 career percentage ... Southern Idaho combined to go 95-29 during her two seasons.
SEQUIM HIGH SCHOOL
Helped lead the Wolves to the 2011 state title ... named the Olympic League MVP following both her junior and senior seasons ... also a three-time Offensive Player of the Year ... earned Defensive Player of the Year accolades three times as well ... connected on 13 home runs as a junior and then 12 her senior season ... hit over .700 both of those years as well.
Amalia Hopson ... born Jan. 7, 1993, to parents James and Sherry Hopson ... an only child ... originally born in California ... majoring in economics with a minor in business management.