For the Record: Owns the single-game record for RBI with seven against IPFW, April 8, 2003 ... ranks fourth on the Purdue single season triples list (3) ... ranks among the Purdue career top five in three categories: third in batting average (.340) and fourth in slugging percentage (.505), on-base percentage (.380) and triples (8).
2005: Played in 57 games, started 55, 52 in left field and three in center ... boasted a .293 batting average, including 10 doubles, 17 RBI and 31 runs scored ... scored the game-winning run in nine different contests, including the Big Ten finale against Indiana ... had a 10-game hit streak from March 20 to April 9 ... tallied multiple hits on 12 occasions, including a 3-for-3 day against Indiana and a 2-for-2 day at the plate with a triple and a sacrifice fly against Butler ... drove in three RBI with a bases-clearing triple against Valparaiso ... posted four triples during the season, good for fourth place on the Purdue single season list ... ranked fifth among Big Ten players in triples ... moved into fourth place on the Purdue career triples list with eight total ... also stole six bases.
2004: Started 43 games, 32 in left field, four in center field and seven at designated player ... boasted a .331 batting average, with 48 hits, including a team-high 12 doubles and three home runs ... doubles tally ranked eighth in the Big Ten ... accounted for 29 runs, including four game winners and 12 RBI, including five game-winners ... ranked in the top 20 in the conference in runs scored and slugging percentage (.490)... was a perfect 14-for-14 in stolen base attempts, ranking her ninth in the league ... in conference play, ranked first in doubles (6) and 10th in runs scored (9) ... first career home run was a two-run shot to win the game against Butler ... posted walk-off solo home run to clinch a 10-inning win over Minnesota ... went 3-for-3 at the plate on three occasions: against Long Island, IUPUI and Michigan State ... put together a six-game hit streak, capped by the perfect effort against IUPUI ... made good on 29 putout attempts in the field ... named as co-Most Improved Player at the team's postseason banquet.
2003: Started 20 of the 40 games she played in, 18 as the designated player and one each in center and right fields ... recorded a .364 batting average with 20 hits, 17 runs and four RBI, while posting a .545 slugging percentage ... first career start came against Cal Poly at the UNLV Invitational, where she played right field, making good on all three putout attempts ... went 2-for-3 the following game with a double and two runs scored vs. UC Riverside as Purdue's starting designated player ... first RBI came on a fourth-inning triple to right field in the nightcap vs. Louisville as she went 2-for-4 in the game ... had a career day against IPFW, going 4-for-5 with 11 RBI and four runs scored ... registered seven RBI in Game 2 of the doubleheader to set a school record ... also posted a 2-for-2 performance in the game including a double and a triple ... also posted two extra-base hits in Game 1 of the twinbill ... was a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate in the nightcap vs. Eastern Illinois, including a two-run double in the first innings and one run scored ... went 3-for-5 on stolen base attempts ... was a perfect 1.000 in the field, converting all six putout attempts.
High School: Was named softball team MVP as a freshman ... received second-team all-league honors her junior year ... dubbed co-MVP as a senior ... also received first team all-conference, all-league and all-county honors her final season ... earned Golden Glove Award her senior year ... team won conference championship in 1999, 2000 and 2001 ... a four-year softball letterwinner at La Costa Canyon High School under coach Mike Hill ... played summer ball for the San Diego Breakers under Brant Beddow.
Personal: Given name is Staci Louise Falzon ... born 10/25/84 ... parents are John and DaleAnn Falzon ... has one sister, Stefanie ... major is undecided.