Derosia finishes college career with 56 hits
BRATTLEBORO — Madison Derosia finished her college softball career at the University of New Haven with a .255 batting average, 22 runs scored, and 27 runs batted in. She had 56 hits in her 220 total at bats.
During her senior season, she had multiple-hit games against Slippery Rock, King, LIU Post, Molloy, Saint Rose (twice) and American International.
The daughter of Scott and Janet Derosia played on the 2013 Division 1 state champion Brattleboro Union High School varsity softball team. The star shortstop made the Marble Valley League First Team as a junior and senior.
Derosia scored 20 total runs for New Haven during her first two seasons combined. Playing second base, she contributed with three homers and 10 RBI as a junior. During her senior year, she was a perfect 7-for-7 stealing bases, and was second on her team in both putouts (120) and assists (81).
She majored in Sports Management.
The Chargers went 33-16 in the spring, losing 6-3 to LIU Post in the NCAA Division 2 East Region Championship. Batting sixth in the order and playing second base, Derosia went 1-for-4 and crossed the plate once in her final college softball game.
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