Justine Carranza #47
Universal Fastpitch - Wells

 Alhambra High School
Class of 2021
 Shortstop/Second/Outfield


NCAA ID#     NAIA ID# 
   N/A                N/A


Academics
GPA:  3.8    SAT: N/A  ACT: N/A

2018 Selected to participate in Design the Future
UC Berkeley 2018 Selected to participate in Engineering Possibilities in College (EPIC)
Cal Poly 2018
Pleasant Hill Baseball Association, Assistant Coach (Spring/Summer/Fall) 
2018 Pig Bowl Volunteer - Guns and Hoses Charity Football Game
​2017 Selected to participate in Girls in Engineering
UC Berkeley 2017 Selected to participate in The Social Engineering Project (TSEP)
2016/2017 Pleasant Hill Baseball Association, Assistant Coach (Spring/Summer/Fall)
Volunteer 2015 Northern California Family Center Christmas Volunteer 
​2014-2018 Honor Roll 






 
Height/Weight:
5'4" / 135
Throws / Bats:
R/R​
D.O.B:
9/14/03
Parents:
 Richard and Rachel
 
Athletics

2018 Alhambra High School Varsity Softball

2018 Fall Universal Fastpitch 16u Wells, Martinez, CA 

2015-2018 LTG Lions - Carda, Elk Grove, CA
Personal Statement
My name is Justine Carranza. I am a Sophomore at Alhambra High School in Martinez, CA, graduating class of 2021. I have made goals at a young age to attend college and set an example for my three younger siblings: Juliana, Jayden, and Janessa. I will be the first generation to attend and graduate college in my family. I have a passion for the Engineering field and I plan to major in MedBio Engineering. I have participated in some elite programs and have always had a passion for the medical side of Engineering. I am a proud Mexican-American and want to show the world that women of color can do anything they set their mind to. Softball is my addiction. It is a lifestyle for me. I have been blessed enough to travel across the country through softball and have made sisters along the way. I work hard on and off the field and I want to showcase my love for the game. I am humble and blessed to be part of this sisterhood and I promise to dedicate my time showing the next generation that nothing is impossible. I don't practice until I can get it right, I practice until I can't get it wrong! I have been a volunteer coach for PHBA (Pleasant Hill Baseball Association) working with young softball players for over two years. I believe if you can explain something, you understand it and I want to instill in young girls that softball is evolving and to make sure to always go back to where you started. I look forward to seeing you on the field!