Valorie Titus was the true definition of a student-athlete while starring for the softball team at Cazenovia from 1997-2001.
Titus holds career records with a .400 batting average, .754 slugging percentage, 99 runs scored, 140 hits, 27 doubles, 27 home runs, 93 RBIs and 264 total bases. She also owns single season records in several categories including, slugging percentage, runs scored, hits, home runs, RBIs and total bases.
In 2001, Titus led the Wildcats to the program's first ECAC tournament appearance by posting 54 hits, 42 RBIs and 10 home runs with a .412 batting average. She was a two-time Cazenovia Female Athlete of the Year and all-conference selection in 2001.
The accomplishments on the softball field were mirrored by Titus's work in the classroom. She appeared on two different academic all-America teams in 2000 and was the beneficiary of multiple scholarships throughout her years at Cazenovia.
A staple on the dean's list for four years, she also received the Howe Math and Student Life Genung Memorial Awards in addition to serving as the Student Government Association President. She graduated summa cum laude with a 3.9 overall grade point average.