AS A SENIOR IN 2012
Daktronics All-America Honorable Mention ... Daktronics All-West Region First Team … NFCA All-West Region First Team … All-CCAA First Team ... UCSD Athlete of the Year for the fourth straight year ... One of just two Tritons to start all 68 games ... Led the squad with a .382 batting average ... Granted a fifth season of collegiate eligibility by the NCAA in June of 2011 due to circumstances surrounding her shortened freshman campaign at Florida Tech … Ended her Triton career by re-writing the all-time career record book: first in average (.386), first in runs (183), first in hits (276), first in doubles (66), second in home runs (30), first in RBI (130) and first in walks (146).
AS A SENIOR IN 2011
NFCA All-West Region First Team ... Daktronics All-West Region Second Team ... All-CCAA First Team ... UCSD Athlete of the Year ... Earned CCAA Player of the Week honors for the week of February 28 - March 6 ... Started all 58 games for the Tritons in center field while leading the team in at-bats (164), runs (46), hits (50), doubles (18), home runs (6), total bases (86), slugging percentage (.524), on-base percentage (.463), walks (46) and fielding percentage (1.000) ... Became UCSD's all-time career leader in walks (113) and doubles (51) while staying atop UCSD's career batting average list with a .388 career clip ... Set a Triton single-season record for bases on balls ... Had a team-high 15 multi-hit games and tied for second on the team with six multi-RBI contests ... Primarily the leadoff hitter in 2011, UCSD was 40-12 when Lesovsky batted first and 5-1 when she batted third in the lineup ... Hit .305 (50-for-164) with 26 RBI in 2011 ... Had multi-hit games in seven of 11 contests between March 12 and April 9 ... Led the team with 13 two-out RBI.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2010
Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America Second Team ... Daktronics All-America Second Team ... NFCA All-West Region First Team ... Daktronics All-West Region First Team ... All-CCAA First Team ... Started all of UCSD's 50 games, recording the third highest batting average (.413) in Triton single-season history, a record that she set in 2009 with a .446 clip ... Led the conference in batting average, slugging percentage (.738), on base percentage (.486) and total bases (118) ... Hit 10 home runs, the third-highest total in a single season by a UCSD player ... Her 160 at-bats, 41 runs, 66 hits, 16 doubles, three triples, 10 home runs and 23 walks were all team highs ... Recorded 23 multi-hit games and had a streak of five consecutive multi-hit games between Feb. 27-March 5 ... Her two-year career batting average of .429 ranked best in UCSD program history, 46 percentage points higher than second-place Kristin Schueler's (1994-97) .383 ... A UCSD Athlete of the Year.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009
Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America First Team ... Daktronics All-America First Team ... Daktronics NCAA Division II West Region Softball Player of the Year ... Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-West Region First Team ... Daktronics All-West Region First Team ... CCAA Newcomer of the Year ... All-CCAA First Team ... UCSD Athlete of the Year ... Started in all of the Tritons' 55 games and recorded a .446 batting average, the highest single-season mark in the program history of UCSD softball, while hitting out of the leadoff spot ... Also on the single-season leaderboard are her walks (44 - first), hits (72 - second), home runs (8 - third), doubles (17 - third) and runs (42 - fifth) ... Ranked fourth in the nation in walks per game (.80) and eighth in on-base percentage (.565) ... Hit .550 with runners in scoring position ... Began the season with a 13-game hitting streak, a span that included 24 hits in 41 at-bats and Worth/CCAA Player of the Week honors ... Recorded 21 multi-games, including two four-hit performances against non-conference opponents Chaminade and the University of San Diego.
AT FLORIDA TECH
Led team in hitting during shortened 2008 season with a .409 average, collecting 18 hits in 44 at-bats.
A 2007 graduate of Royal High School in Simi Valley ... Was an all-league selection in both 2005 and 2007 ... Named the All-County Offensive MVP in 2007.
Born Jan. 20, 1989 ... Parents are Troy and Leslie Lesovsky ... Has three younger sisters named Lauryn, Lyndsey and Brynn ... Her grandfather, Arthur Kinberg, played football at UCLA ... Biology major at Muir College ... Interests include reading, movies and the beach ... Favorite pro sports team is the Los Angeles Dodgers ... Favorite athletes are Manny Ramirez and Derek Jeter.
CAREER STATISTICS (through 2012 season)