Career Stats | 2022 Stats
Before Clemson:Russ spent the previous four seasons at NC State as an outfielder.Second Team All-ACC (2019)Third Team All-ACC (2021)ACC All-Tournament Team (2019)Two-Time Academic All-ACCFour-Time ACC Honor Roll
NC State’s all-time record for career stolen bases (103) and owns the single season record for stolen bases (32)Upon concluding her tenure at NC State, Russ is currently fifth in career batting average (.319) and third in career on-base percentage (.426) in Wolfpack program history.
In 2021: Russ started in all 51 games in the outfield for the Wolfpack and hit .308 with eight home runs, five doubles and 27 RBIs.In 2020: Russ hit .378 with three doubles, two home runs and 10 RBIs in 25 games before COVID-19 forced the cancellation of the remainder of the 2020 season.In 2019: Russ hit .326 with five home runs, five triples, seven doubles and 13 RBIs. During her freshman campaign in 2018, she hit .275 and notched two doubles in 47 appearances, including 40 games started. As a freshman, Russ led the team in on-base percentage (.394) and scored 19 runs, which was the third-most among the team. She was also successful on all 17 stolen base attempts, good for first on the team.
Her dad, Frank Russ, played baseball at Clemson as an infielder from 1980-83. Frank Russ was a four-year starter and a Second Team All-ACC selection in 1983.