Angel Bunner
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Angel Bunner
Angel Bunner
Current position
TitlePitcher
TeamBeijing Shougang Eagles
ConferenceNPF
Biographical details
Born (1989-11-02) November 2, 1989 (age 30)
Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania
Playing career
2008-2012Auburn
2012Carolina Diamonds
2013New York Comets
2014-2015Pennsylvania Rebellion
2016Chicago Bandits
2017USSSA Pride
2018-presentBeijing Shougang Eagles
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2014Northwestern State (volunteer asst.)
2015Gardner-Webb (asst.)
2013Auburn (dir. of ops.)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
Awards

Angelique Bunner (born November 2, 1989)[1] is an American softball pitcher for the Beijing Shougang Eagles and formerly pitched for the USSSA Pride and the Pennsylvania Rebellion of the National Pro Fastpitch league. She played college softball at Auburn. She also pitched for Carolina Diamonds and NY/NJ Comets.

Early years

Bunner was born in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania to George and Debbie Bunner. Bunner has two older siblings. She attended at Conwell-Egan Catholic High School the same school American football running back Steve Slaton attended. At Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, Bunner lettered four times in softball and three in field hockey.[2] Bunner currently has Conwell-Egan records for wins (70), strikeouts (818) and shutouts (38).

College

Bunner played softball for the Auburn University (from 2008-2012).

After Bunner finished college she ranked top ten in several categories, 5th in ERA (2.24), 5th in BAA (.226), 5th in Wins (44), T-7th in Saves (6), 8th in Strikeouts (326).

She also set third-best single-season ERA at 1.53 in 2011, set ninth-best single-season batting average against at .205 in 2011, tied for seventh-most wins in single-season with 16 in 2011, and set single-season record for fewest walks with 22 in 2012.

Bunner recorded 8 wins in her freshman season; red shirted her sophomore year due to injury; 7 in her second full season; 16 in her third full year; and 13 in her last season for a career total of 44 wins. In that stretch, Bunner struck out a total of 326 batters.

National Pro Fastpitch

Bunner was drafted 17th overall by the Carolina Diamonds in 2012 and she was the first Auburn softball player to be taken in the NPF draft.[3]

In February 2013, it was announced that the team had folded and the roster would now be picked up by the NPF expansion team, the New York/New Jersey Comets.[4]

Bunner joined the Chicago Bandits midway through the 2016 season. She was the winning pitcher, pitching in the first six innings of game 3 of the championship series versus the USSSA Pride.[5]

In 2016, Bunner became a teacher at Belleview High School in Belleview, Florida.[6]

Career statistics

National Pro Fastpitch[1]
Year W L GP GS CG Sh SV IP H R ER BB SO ERA
2012 5 7 17 15 8 0 1 89 102 66 51 35 41 4.01
2013 3 11 21 15 8 0 0 102 153 107 92 77 56 6.31
2014 2 6 19 8 2 0 0 68.0 82 45 34 33 32 3.50
Totals 10 24 57 38 18 0 1 259 307 218 177 145 129 4.78
National Pro Fastpitch Playoffs[1]
Year W L GP GS CG Sh SV IP H R ER BB SO ERA
2012 playoffs 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 5 5 4 1 2 9.33
2013 playoffs 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 0 0 1 0 0.00
2014 playoffs W L GP GS -- -- 0 IP H R ER BB SO ERA
Totals 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 4.1 6 5 4 2 2 6.83
Auburn University[2]
Year W L GP GS CG Sh SV IP H R ER BB SO ERA
2008 8 1 27 4 2 1 2 84 72 39 30 17 67 2.50
2009 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
2010 7 9 29 15 2 0 1 92.2 104 58 44 22 48 3.32
2011 16 7 33 20 10 4 2 156 116 44 34 43 124 1.53
2012 13 4 29 16 11 5 1 126.1 99 47 39 22 87 2.16
TOTALS 44 21 118 55 25 10 6 459 391 188 147 104 326 2.24
Conwell-Egan High School[2]
Year W L GP GS CG Sh SV IP H R ER BB SO ERA
TOTALS 70 L GP GS CG 38 SV IP H R ER BB 818 ERA

References

  1. ^ a b c "Angel Bunner". Pro Fastpitch. Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b c "Player Bio: Angel Bunner". Auburn University. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Former Tiger Angel Bunner Signs With NY/NJ Comets". 2013-02-28. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "New NPF Team Returns Professional Softball To Northeast". National Pro Fastpitch. Retrieved 2013.
  5. ^ Hays, Graham (August 24, 2016). "Led by an unlikely star in the circle, Chicago Bandits win second straight NPF championship". espnw.com. ESPN. Retrieved 2016.
  6. ^ Moulton, Sarah (March 6, 2017). "NPF Update: Where are they now? Angel Bunner, USSSA Pride". Fastpitch News. Retrieved 2018.

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