After an exemplary playing career at UCSB, Christine Ramos is now entering her third season as the Gauchos' assistant coach.
In 2011, she helped lead the Gauchos a 27-26 record and a fourth-place finish in the Big West. UCSB also set school records in double (71) and double plays (32) while tying the record for consecutive wins (nine).
Ramos ended her four seasons at UCSB as the most prolific batter in school history after leading the team in hits all of her seasons in the blue and gold, the first UCSB player to ever accomplish the feat. As a senior, she set the school record for single season hits (75), career hits (258), single season batting average (.417) and career batting average (.364).
She is tied third in the UCSB record books in career stolen bases (52), fourth in career runs (116) and career triples (6), second in career at-bats (709) and tied ninth for stolen bases in a season (16).
Ramos was a four-time All-Big West selection, earning First Team honors her sophomore through senior seasons. In 2009, she was named the Big West Field Player of the Year and was also named to the All-Pacific Region First Team.