North Dakota State softball head coach Darren Mueller has announced the addition of transfer infielder Anjolee Aguilar-Beaucage.
A Tucson, Arizona native, Aguilar-Beaucage spent the last two seasons at Grand Canyon University. During that time she appeared in 92 games that included 59 starts. She joins the Bison with two years of eligibility remaining.
During her two seasons with GCU, she split time primarily between shortstop and second base. Aguilar-Beaucage earned All-WAC Honorable Mention with the Lopes in 2021. She has a career .270 batting average with 13 doubles, two triples, and two home runs. With GCU Aguilar-Beaucage had 29 RBI and scored 23 runs.
She attended Salpointe Catholic High School and was a two-year captain. Aguilar-Beaucage helped lead her team to back-to-back state championships and was named the league defensive player of the year in 2019.
The infielder comes from an athletic family that has a lot of college athletics success. Her mother Tina played softball at Ohio State and father Greg played hockey at Ohio State. Her sister Brianna played softball at Grand Canyon University from 2017-20 including playing for the Canadian National team. Her uncle Mark Aguilar was a baseball player at Pima COmmunity College and was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers. Her aunt Marcie Aguilar played softball at Arizona, winning a national championship in 1991.