12 Georgia Blair
Georgia  Blair


Gold Coast, Australia

High School:
St. Margarets Anglican Girls School



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Softball Can’t Overcome Early Deficit In 9-4 Loss At Nevada

SJSU was down 5-0 after one inning and could never get back in the game.


Softball Takes Series Finale At Utah State 7-5

Alexandra Luna and Jacey Phipps each hit two-run homers in the Spartans 7-5 victory.


Offense Sputters in 3-2 Loss At Utah State

The Spartans got just four hits and just one after the second inning in a 3-2 loss.


Softball Wins Series Opener At Utah State 8-4

Five Spartans had multi-hit games, including Desiree Reyes who drive in a game-high three runs.


Softball At Utah State For Final Regular Season Series

SJSU is in second place in teh Mountain West entering the weekend.

SPARTAN NOTES: In her second year as a Spartan...on the program's career lists ranks fifth in slugging percentage (.515), eighth in batting average (.335) and 10th in on base percentage (.405)...her .992 fielding percentage in 2018 ranks ninth on the program's single-season list.

Academic All-Mountain West
Academic All-Mountain West
Second Team All-Mountain West

2018: Appeared in 46 games with 40 starts…earned 25 starts at first base and 15 as the designated player…batted .322 (38-for-118) with 15 runs scored and 21 RBIs…had an on base percentage of .398 and slugged .411…was successful in advancing runners at a .481 clip (63-of-112) and batted .350 (14-of-40) with two outs…had 12 multi-hit games, second most on the team, with a season-high three versus St. John’s (2/23) and at Santa Clara (2/28)…knocked in two runs in a game seven times, good for second on the team…home runs came at Colorado State (4/20) and at Utah State (5/4)…ranked second on the team with eight doubles and had a season-best two against Boston (3/8)…her 38 hits were fourth highest and 21 RBIs were fifth highest on the team…had a season high two walks against Idaho State (2/16) among 14 total for the year…defensively recorded 252 putouts with three assists and two errors in 257 chances, a team-high, and had a fielding percentage of .992. (Game-by-Game Stats)

2017: Made 36 starts in 41 total appearances…earned 33 starts at shortstop and three at designated player…batted .350 (41-for-117) with 20 runs and 22 RBIs…ranked second among freshman on the team in hits, runs and RBI…her 15 extra-base hits ranked second on the team…led the squad with six homers, including the first of her career at Grand Canyon (2/25)…against Boise State (4/15), drove in a run on a triple…longest hitting streak was seven game in which she batted .571 (12-for-21), had three home runs, two doubles, scored six times and drove in six…10 times in a game rapped out multiple hits, including two four-hit efforts - at San Diego State (3/31) and at New Mexico (4/30)…recorded six multi-RBI games with a three-RBI effort against Detroit (3/4) her season-best…scored multiple runs four times – vs. Portland State (2/25), Seton Hall (3/9), at Loyola Marymount (3/29) & at New Mexico (4/28)…worked pitchers for 12 walks, including two vs. San Diego (3/5)…as a leadoff hit .571 (12-for-21)…was successful in advancing runners in 36 out of 80 opportunities (.450) and with a runner on third and less than two outs batted .556 (5-for-9)…her 10 two-out RBIs were the second most on the team…batted .571 against lefties and .336 against righties…finished with a .411 on base percentage of and a .590 slugging percentage…had 52 putouts and 73 assists. (Game-by-Game Stats)

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL TEAM: Has competed internationally for her country in the 2015 Junior Women’s Softball World Championship, 2016 Women’s Softball World Championship, 2017 World Cup of Softball and Canada Cup.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2014 graduate of St. Margaret’s Anglican Girls School in Brisbane, Australia…competed in softball (coach Desley Upton), baseball and soccer…earned All-State (Queensland) honors in 2013-14…as a member of Team Australia in 2014 was selected All-Australia.

GEORGIA: Majoring in journalism...hopes to pursue a career in sports broadcasting…played club ball for the Saints (coach Kym Tollenare) where she was a 2014 Club Champion as well as League Champion…the daughter of Sue and Warwick Blair…Georgia Rose Blair is a native of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.