1. Pride welcomes back Wiggins with one-year extension
  2. Bianca Bell is back! Signs 2-year extension with Pride
  3. Henderson is here to stay; signs 2-year extension
  4. Veteran Ricketts to remain a force on the Pride; signs 2-year extension
  5. Romero returns for a two-year extension

28 Andrea Duran

April 12, 1984
Season: USSSA Pride


2010USSSA Pride8813199302816.216
2011USSSA Pride7114201121239.282
2012USSSA Pride97192617416218.268
2013USSSA Pride110213925605116.355
2014USSSA Pride130264726712612.362
2015USSSA Pride128133327816422.258
2016USSSA Pride0000000000
2017USSSA Pride7141611701111.225

PROFESSIONAL: Enters her 9th season in the NPF, all wearing the Pride jersey. Won three NPF Championships (2010, 2013, 2014). Four-time NPF Regular Season Champion (2011, 2012, 2014, 2015). Four times named to the All-NPF Team as a 3rd Baseman (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015). Career stats include 24 home runs, 94 RBI’s  and 73 walks.

2017 Season: Finished her 8th season hitting .225, with 7 doubles, 1 home run, 16 hits, 4 runs and 1 RBI.

2016 Season: Duran sat out the 2016 season with her first major career injury.

2015 Season: Led the pride in walks drawn (19) and ranked 2nd on the Pride in RBI (26), doubles (7), and home runs (6) tied with Shelby Pendley. Ended the 2015 season with a .270 batting average, slugging percentage of .504 and 31 hits. 2015 All-NPF team selection.

2014 Season: Duran was honored with Player of the Year presented by Mizuno for this season. She had 47 hits, 26 RBI and runs scored with a batting average of .362. She lead the league in on base percentage and walks  at .478 and 27 respectively.

2013 Season: Duran earned All-NPF honors at 3rd base after posting a .355 batting average.  Of her 39 hits, 11 were for extra bases including 6 doubles and 5 home-runs.  With a .545 slugging percentage Duran tallied 25 RBIs. In Game 2 of the championship series, Duran’s home-run propelled the Pride to victory.

2012 Season: Duran finished the 2012 season hitting .252, knocking out 6 home-runs, 17 RBI’s, 13 walks and 20 runs scored.

2011 Season: Duran’s 2011 season was her first to be named to an All-NPF Team as a 3rd baseman. She earned that position by hitting .278 with 4 home-runs (2 coming in the Playoffs), 13 RBI’s and 13 walks.

2010 Season: In Duran’s first season in the NPF saw her hitting .200 with 2 home-runs, 9 RBI’s and 8 stolen bases.

NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: Won an Olympic Silver Medal (2008), Won a Gold Medal at the Pan American Games (2007), Won four World Cup Championships (2006, 2007, 2009, and 2010), Won 2 gold medals in World Championships (2006 & 2010).

COLLEGE:  2006 UCLA Female Athlete of the Year, 2006 Pac-10 Player of the Year, 2006 All-Women’s College World Series Team, 2006 NFCA All-American, 2003 & 2004 National Champions, 2004 NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team, 2004 All-Pac-10 Academic Honors, 2004 ESPN: The Magazine Academic All-American.

PERSONAL: Born on April 12, 1984 to John and Janie Duran. Graduated from UCLA in 2006 with a degree in sociology.