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Lauren Chamberlain

First base | Oklahoma

The only thing Chamberlain did wrong in her debut season was leave herself little room for an encore. Because if there is more to come, pitchers might as well give up now. The California native hit 30 home runs, second nationally, and drove in 78 runs, fourth nationally. She also struck out just 29 times in 196 at-bats, stole nine bases in nine attempts and committed just four errors while splitting time between third base and first base.