2014 (Senior Season): One of three Huskies to start all 51 games for UConn... The first baseman recorded 303 putouts, which sets her career total at 1,252 to rank fourth all-time in program history... she finished with a .241 batting average, which ranks sixth-best on the team, and led the squad with 25 RBIs... also scored 12 runs and racked up 34 hits on the season, posting six doubles... her five home runs freeze her career total at 16 homers, which ranks 10th in the UConn record books.... Her 55 total bases ranked third-highest on the team, as does her .390 slugging percentage.
2013 (Junior Season): Started in all 53 games during the season... Recorded six doubles and six home runs which tied her for second on the team... Drew a team-leading 23 walks en route to a .371 on-base percentage... Finished fourth in the BIG EAST with 369 put-outs... The first baseman finished second among the team starters with a .980 fielding percentage.
2012 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in 45 games, starting 44... The first baseman finished the year with a .186 batting average and a .977 fielding percentage which ranked third on the team... Recorded 16 hits, 7 runs batted in and three home runs... Walked 7 times with a .337 slugging percentage... Had two hits in three at bats including a solo home run against Villanova (April 6)... Went one for two with a two run homerun against Rhode Island (April 17).
2011 (Freshman Season): Appeared in 48 games, starting 46, as the team's primary first baseman... Finished the season with a .117 batting average and nine RBI... Ranked third on the team with a .967 fielding percentage... Recorded her first collegiate hit with a double against Colorado State (March 12)... Homered in back-to-back games of a double-header against Rutgers (April 2)... Named to the 2010-11 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
Before UConn: All-State and a finalist for Miss Maine as a shortstop in 2010... Named Maine Telegram Defensive Player of the Year as a catcher as a junior... Named captain and All-Conference as a junior and senior... As a senior, led the SMAA Conference with 35 RBI and led all shortstops with six homeruns, .585 on-base percentage and a .521 batting average... Named Rookie of the Year in field hockey (2009) and soccer (2008)... Set her high school record in the shot put... Became the first student-athlete from Cheverus High to play a Division I sport... All-Academic Honors all four years of high school.
Personal:Audrey Caroline Grinnell is the daughter of Robert and Caroline Grinnell... Has two sisters Courtney and Emily... A psychologymajor... Born Jan. 31, 1992.