Personal: Ramirez serves as an assistant coach at DePaul. She helped guide the Blue Demons to the 2021 BIG EAST regular season title and BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year recognition. Ramirez majored in communication studies at Michigan. Her father, Ruben, played football at Lakeland College, and her sister, Amanda, played softball at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Ramirez lists former Michigan softball coach Carol Hutchins as someone who has made a difference in her life. As a child, Ramirez competed in basketball, volleyball, and soccer. She also participated in dance and cheerleading. Her hobbies include relaxing, spending time with friends and family, shopping, and traveling. Ramirez describes herself as a big foodie who likes to try new restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops. She tries to visit a new coffee shop every week. Ramirez was a right-handed batter in high school who stands as one of 13 players in Illinois state history with 20 or more home runs in a season. She wore No. 10 during her high school career before changing to No. 1 during her time at Michigan. Ramirez's walk-up song is "Gasolina" by Daddy Yankee.
2023 AUX Season: Ramirez accumulated 498 leaderboard points, with 440 of those points coming from wins. She played in six games, starting in four of them. Throughout the season, she had three hits in nine at-bats and scored three runs. Ramirez also had two runs batted in. Her three hits came in the final two games, and she had a standout performance with two hits against Team Warren on June 24.
2022 Championship Season: Ramirez finished in 22nd place on the leaderboard with 1,268 leaderboard points. She was seventh in the league with 1,080 win points. Ramirez started 11 out of 14 games and had a .222 batting average with eight hits and four runs batted in. Her season-high was three hits against Team Jaquish on August 14 with a double and a triple while driving in three runs.
2022 AUX Season: Ramirez compiled 380 leaderboard points. She had two hits in five games and scored three runs. She posted a hit and scored a run in back-to-back games against Team Ocasio and Team Chidester on June 15.
2021 Championship Season: Ramirez compiled 940 leaderboard points in her second Athletes Unlimited campaign. She hit .158 with three hits in 19 at-bats over nine games. Ramirez was one of eight players to hit a triple and tied for second in the league with nine sacrifice hits.
2020 Championship Season: Ramirez finished in 20th place on the inaugural season leaderboard with 1,380 points. She finished eighth in the league with 1,260 win points. She posted four hits in 32 at-bats while starting 14 out of 15 games. She was hit by a pitch three times, which tied for the fourth-highest total among all players. Ramirez went 2-for-4 in stolen base attempts and also tallied two sacrifice hits.
Other Professional Experience: Ramirez played three seasons for the NPF’s Chicago Bandits. She appeared in 82 games from 2017-18 and hit .274 with 43 hits and 19 runs batted in. Ramirez had a .243 batting average with 14 RBI as a rookie in 2017 before posting a .340 mark in 2018.
At Michigan: Ramirez was a four-year letter winner at Michigan who appeared in 242 games from 2014-17. She authored a .349 career batting average for the Wolverines with two home runs and 63 runs batted in. Ramirez also registered 35 stolen bases while collecting 220 hits and 180 runs. She was a two-time Second-Team All-Big Ten selection at shortstop and earned NFCA All-Region honors at shortstop three times, including First-Team notice as a senior. Ramirez was a member of the 2015 Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team and an All-Big Ten Defensive Team honoree as a freshman. She was also a three-time Academic All-Big Ten recipient.
Career stats do not include AUX season stats.
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