|4 Amber Hawkins
2009 (Sophomore): Named to 2010 Southern Conference Preseason First Team ... Started and played in 41 of 47 games ... Hawkins led the Catamounts with a .356 batting average in 2009, which also ranked fourth in the Southern Conference. She ranked second on the team in runs scored (23), hits (46) and homeruns (6). Hawkins was third on the team in RBI with 19 ... Ranked fourth in Catamount record books in career batting average (.319) ... Her 92 career hits and 19 doubles ties her for fourth place respectively in record books ... She has 45 career RBI which ties her for eighth in record books.
2008 (Freshman): Started and played in 50 games ... The 13 doubles led the team and was second most in a season in the record books ... Ranked second on the team in hits (46) and tied for second in RBI with 26 ... Tied for third on the team in batting average with a .286 ... Had nine multiple hit performances.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Ronald Reagan High School ... As a junior hit a team-best .675 and paced the first-year squad with five home runs, including the first-ever long ball in school history ... She added seven doubles and a pair of triples in leading the Raiders to a conference championship and state playoff bid tallying seven game-winning hits, Hawkins also stole nine bases a year ago Posted a .994 fielding percentage on the left side of the RRHS infield, only committing one error all year en route to earning All-Tri-County 3-A Conference and Player of the Year accolades ... Began her playing career at North Forsyth High in Winston-Salem before transferring to Ronald Reagan High which was one of two new high schools added in Forsyth County in 2005 ... While at North Forsyth, Hawkins lettered on the varsity team each of her first two seasons and earned All-Metro 4-A Conference honors as a sophomore helping the Vikings win back-to-back conference championships.
Personal: Full name is Amber Nicole Hawkins ... Daughter of Thomas and Susan Hawkins ... Has one sister, Shanna ... Plays the drums.