18 - Chelsey Steedley
Chelsey Steedley
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Wauchula, Fla.
High School: Hardee Senior HS
College: Chipola College
Position: UT
Major: Elementary Education
Bats/Throws: R/R

Statistics 2012-13

AS A JUNIOR (2013)
Appeared in 50 games... Recorded 135 at-bats... Collects 41 hits... Second highest on team in runs scored with 41... Tied for second on team with 6 doubles... Second highest on team with 3 homeruns... Led team in hit-by-pitch at-bats with 18... Broke Saint Leo's all-time single season and career record for HBP in just one season as a Lion... Second on team in on-base percentage with .425... Registered first homerun donning the green and gold against Columbus State (04/02/13)... Named to All-Sunshine State Conference Second Team.

CAREER
Steedley attended Hardee Senior HS…Played as a varsity softball player during all four years of high school…As a freshman, Ewing stole the most bases for her team…During her junior and senior years, she stole the most bases…As a varsity player, she scored the most runs for her team all four years, and received the MVP Award as a sophomore, junior, and senior…She competed at Hardee Senior HS and Chipola College…As a sophomore in college she received the NJCAA Player of the week award, the Sportsmanship Award, and led her team in RBI’s.

PERSONAL
Born February 2 in Naples, Fla…her hobbies include riding horses, barrel racing, fishing, hog hunting with her friends, and practicing softball…Her career goals are to graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree and become an elementary teacher and a softball coach…Believes that her best assets to the team are her work ethic, the fact that she gives 110%, and her will to win… Names Dustin Pedroia, Caitlin Lowe, David Ortiz, Jess Mathis, and Jose Bautista as her favorite players…Names the Boston Red Sox and the San Diego Chargers as her as her favorite teams…Chose Saint Leo because of the softball program and the small class sizes…Daughter of Bettye and Tim Steedley…Has one brother, Timmy, and one sister, Amber, who played softball for South Florida Community College from 2008 to 2010.