|Hometown:||Los Alamitos, Calif.|
|High School:||Los Alamitos|
Sellers established a presence on both ends of the field in her final year. Appeared in all but one game for the Tigers (46 games) matching her hit total last season with 39, 24 RBI's, and a batting average of .312. Kicked off the year with a 2-RBI, one home run performance against Weber State (Feb. 9). Registered three RBI's on three occassions including back-to-back performances at North Texas (March 13) and versus Fairleigh Dickinson (March 17). Held a seven-game hit streak during the midway stretch of the year, including a season-high three hits against CSUN (March 23) which earned her WCC Player of the Week honors. Finished out the year on a strong note going four games with a hit and a home run in her season-finale against Saint Mary's (May 6). Sellers was also the Tiger's defensive anchor behind the plate this year, holding a fielding percentage of .990 with 185 putouts, both ranking in the top 10 in conference. The senior catcher wraps up her time at Pacific ranking in the program's home runs (21), slugging (.503), on-base percentage (.399), and fielding (.989) categories.
Was named to the WCC All-Preston prior to her third season. Appeared in 49 games and registered 39 hits in 142 at-bats for a .275 batting average. Ranked third on the team in home runs with six and RBIs with 25. Got her first hit of the year in her first at bat as she hit a double against Utah State (Feb. 10). Went 2-for-4 with her first home run of the season in the 6-0 shutout win against Portland State (Mar. 3). Tied a career-high with four RBIs on a 2-for-3 performance including two bombs as Pacific got their third win in a row over Portland State (Mar. 5). Reached base in 15-straight contests, which was the longest streak by a Tiger this year, from Mar. 21 to Apr. 30 and also had a season-high eight-game hit streak during that stretch. Capped off the year reaching base in 20 of her last 21 games.
In just her second season, Sellers established herself as an intregal part of the Tiger offense; registering a .354 batting average, which was the ninth-best in the WCC, with eleven doubles and six homeruns. Behind the dish Sellers posted a .983 fielding percentage with 153 putouts and her nine caught stealings were the fifth-most in the conference. The sophomore posted a career-high eight game hitting streak between Feb 19-Feb 27 which included three multi-hit games. Against George Washington (Feb 20) Pacific's March Competitor of the Month went 2-for-3 at the plate with a home run, four RBIs and two runs scored. In the 9-0 win over UC Davis (Mar 29), the two-time WCC Player of the Week went a perfect 3-for-3 with four RBIs, a homerun, a double and a run scored. Following the season Sellers earned All-WCC Second Team honors and was named to the NFCA All-West Third Team.
Making an immediate contribution as a fresman, Sellers appeared in 47 games, making 46 starts. She provided power for the Tigers, clubbing a home run and 3 RBI on March 31st at home against Stanford before contributing a pair of home runs at BYU on April 10th. Appearing in the middle of the Pacific order, Sellers recored multi-hit contests six times, getting more consistent offensively in the latter part of the season. Against UC Davis on April 21st, Sellers recorded a career-high three-hit night. At the end of the season, Sellers was named an All-WCC Softball honorable mention selection.
Sellers, a catcher from Los Alamitos High School, had a standout senior season, hitting .368 with 22 RBI, earning All-Sunset League honors and an All-Orange County First Team selection. She was named to the All-State Third Team by CalHiSports.com following her senior season. In addition, she hit .389 with 35 RBI and 7 home runs for the Griffins during her junior campaign. For her efforts, she was named to the All-Area Softball Team by the Long Beach Press Telegram and All-Orange County by OCVarsity.com. Additionally, she was listed as the 51st overall senior softball player nationwide by StudentSports.com.
Rachel is a mathematics major.