"If my dog were as ugly as you, I would shave his butt and tell him to walk backwards." –Patrick Renna (Hamilton "Ham" Porter), The Sandlot - Favorite quote.
Hometown: Denver, Colo.
Age: 21 (After October 25th, 2011: 22)
Parents: Mary Pat Waters and Killian Haberkorn
Major: Business Marketing and Finance
Favorite food: All food. Specifically, sweet, frozen treats of the ice cream and frozen yogurt family.
Favorite animal: Baby elephants
Favorite music: Anything I can Car-e-oke (a version of the popular karaoke) to
Every game day, I get ready in the same order and I wear the same earrings, sports bra, underwear (clean, of course), and my hair the same way. I also paint my nails the night before.
I love that I get to play and dive in the dirt and how the team becomes your family. I love that it is a game of seconds and reactions and I hate to love that a two inch mistake can turn into a 200 foot homerun.
I chose Regis because Division II gave me a chance to be more than just a softball player. Regis gave me a chance to know my professors and classmates, along with giving me the ability to be involved with my faith and anything else my heart desires.
I would start with a game of ultimate Frisbee to get the blood flowing. We would then transition to a homerun derby. To conclude our hard day of work, we would go to Little Man for some ice cream.
In the 2009-10 season, she earned a .262 batting average while scoring 32 runs and tallying 38 hits, six doubles, one tripe, and 11 homeruns which was the best mark on the team and 13th in the RMAC. She lead the team with 40 RBIs which was 15th in the RMAC and tallied 18 walks garnering an on-base percentage of .349. Haberkorn started 18 games on the mound, tying for 10th in the RMAC and earned a 6.11 ERA and tied for 16th in the RMAC with a 7-11 overall record. She made 24 appearances on the mound, which tied for 16th in the RMAC, and had 18 starts and 10 complete games. Haberkorn was 14th in the RMAC with 110 innings pitched, where she struck out 96 batters, which was seventh in the RMAC.
In the 2008-09 season, Haberkorn was a dual threat both at the plate and on the mound, leading the women with 16 wins and going 16-12 on the mound. She sported a 3.80 ERA and led the team with 133 strikeouts. She hit .304 on the season with a club-high 12 homeruns and driving in 36. She led the team with a .642 slugging percentage and 31 walks earned. She had 45 hits. Haberkorn holds Regis freshman season records in slugging pct. (.642), homeruns (12), walks (31), appearances (30), games started (27), innings pitched (169.2), and strikeouts (133).
The 2008 graduate of J.K. Mullen High School in Denver, Colo. earned four letters in softball and played two years of basketball. She was named first team All-Conference and first team All-State as a first baseman in 2006 and was named first team All-Conference and first team All-State pitcher in 2007. Haberkorn was named All-Colorado utility player and was the 4A Pitcher of the Year in 2007. She also helped lead her high school team to conference championships in 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007. In 2004, she helped Mullen to a third place state finish, in 2005, a second place finish, and in 2006 and 2007, to the state quarterfinals.
The daughter of Mary Pat Waters and Killian Haberkorn was born October 25th, 1989. She has one older sister Kelly and enjoys arts and crafts and watching movies. Haberkorn is majoring in Business.
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