8 - Erin Nargi
Erin Nargi
Height: 5-6
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Victor, N.Y.
High School: Victor
Position: P
Bats/Throws: R/R
Years at St. Bonaventure: 1L

As A Freshman (2009)
Appeared in 19 games, starting 13 at pitcher … downed 80 batters in 84 innings … did not allow any earned runs in five games … ended with a 4-12 record … picked up two wins in conference play …. pitched eight complete games … dished out six assists through the season … opened her collegiate career against Holy Cross (Mar. 1) with eight strikeouts … had seven strikeouts, one hit and one walk against St. Francis (Mar. 4) … earned first career win against Evansville (Mar. 6) allowing five hits and two earned runs … knocked off a season-high 11 batters against Dayton (Apr. 5) … tossed out nine strikeouts against Niagara (Apr. 14) …played two innings in the A-10 tournament against Saint Joseph’s (May 6)

High School
Was named to the Class A All-State first team after her senior season ... collected numerous accolades following her junior campaign, highlighted by The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle's 2007 All-Greater Rochester Player of the Year ... also named the Finger Lakes East Division I Player of the Year and Section V Most Valuable Player her junior season ... garnered attention at the state level as well after a productive 2007 season by being selected to the Section V Class A first team and the New York State Sportswriters Association's Class A All-State first team ... posted a 24-2 overall mark in the circle following her third high school term, which included one perfect game, eight no-hitters, nine one-hitters, 13 shutouts, 279 strikeouts and 23 walks with an earned run average of only 0.17 after surrendering just four earned runs in 161 innings of work ... under 2007 Section V Coach of the Year Shelly Collins, she helped guide the Devils to a 26-2 record en route to league, Section V and Western Regional championships ... registered a pair of 20-strikeout contests in her junior season ... is one of only four players in Section V history to fan 20 batters in a game