After splitting a doubleheader against Cornell on Tuesday, the Hoyas return to the confines of Guy Mason for a three-game series on Saturday and Sunday
Lowe becomes first Hoya to earn first team honors
Hoyas bounce back after game one loss with win in game two
A season-high 10 walks help Georgetown earn the win
2014:Started 47 games during her senior season ... One of five seniors on the 2014 squad ... Part of first class to make consecutive BIG EAST Championship appearances ... Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team ... Recorded 34 hits, 21 runs batted in, 17 runs, six doubles and three homes runs ... Ranked fourth in batting average on the team at .279 ... Third highest slugging percentage at .402 ... Third highest on-base percentage at .392 ... Hit a grand slam on March 1 ... One of three Hoyas with 20+ walks on the season (22) ... One of eight with an on-base percentage over .300 and at least 100+ at-bats ... Ranked fourth on the squad with nine multi-shit games and third with five multi-RBI games
2013: Started 52 games while appearing in 53 total ...Batted .250 over 148 at-bats with 37 hits ... Of her 37 hits, she compiled 15 singles, 10 doubles and 12 home runs to lead the team in slugging percentage, .561 ... Drew 16 walks and was hit by 11 pitches to add to her .362 on-base percentage.
2012: Started all 51 games for the Hoyas during her sophomore season ... Recorded eight singles, eight doubles and four home runs over 121 at-bats ... Scored 20 runs while knocking in an additional 17 ...Stole three bases on the season and had 11 walks.
2011: Started 40 of 40 games played at shortstop for Georgetown...Tallied a team-high seven assists against Delaware (3/18)...Had 17 hits and 10 runs in 98 at bats for the Hoyas.
Before GU:Earned four varsity letters in softball and three varsity letters in basketball, serving as team captain in both softball and basketball for two years...Antilla was named Daily Herald First Team second baseman (2008) and shortstop (2009, 2010), all-conference second baseman (2008) and shortstop (2009, 2010), all-area second baseman (2008) and shortstop (2009, 2010), and all-state shortstop (2009, 2010)...Her team won conference and regional championships twice, sectional championship once, and super-sectional championship once...She batted .443 in 122 at-bats her senior year...She graduated cum laude from high school and was a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society.