Roddam named All-Brazos Valley

Former Lady Tiger a first-team selection

Kassie Roddam ended her career with triple digit numbers in hits (150), runs scored (124), and stolen bases (113). Roddam swiped 106 bases in a row during her four year career. Reporter/ Bill Martin Kassie Roddam ended her career with triple digit numbers in hits (150), runs scored (124), and stolen bases (113). Roddam swiped 106 bases in a row during her four year career. Reporter/ Bill Martin Former Rockdale shortstop Kassie Roddam was named to the first-team of the 14th annual Bryan-College Station Eagle All-Brazos Valley team.

Roddam had a banner year in leading the Lady Tigers to a playoff berth and their first post-season win since 2006.

Roddam was a four-time, first-team all-district selection at three different positions and was twice named offensive MVP. She was also named newcomer of the year when she was a freshman.

The speedy Roddam swiped a school-record 113 bases, including 106 in a row and 59 this past season for the 17-16 Lady Tigers.

She hit .516 last season, while beating out 48 hits and scoring 44 runs.

Roddam also set career records in at bats (344), hits (150), runs scored (124) and accumulated a .436 average in four years.


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