Elise King
Elise King
Year: 1981-1982
Sports Played: Softball
Induction Year: 2023

A prolific batter, Elise King still holds PCC softball records for most hits in a career (114), and the two highest on-base percentage marks, including her school record .593 as a freshman.

The first baseman batted .468 in 1982, a batting average that stood as a school record for 22 years before it was broken by PCC Hall of Famer Sarah Sherman in 2004. In 1981, the All-SoCal selection helped the Lancers win the conference title.

As a sophomore in 1982, King was named Southern California Player of the Year, Metropolitan Conference MVP, and PCC Women's Athlete of the Year for all sports. At the 4-year level, she earned All-American honors and was a member of the 1983 College World Series All-Tournament team when she led Cal State Fullerton to a national runner-up finish.

King played under legendary PCC Hall of Fame head coach Sandi Iverson.