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  • Preseason All-ACC selection

  • Ranked the No. 11 junior in the country entering the season, according to Softball America


  • Started in all 27 games

  • Hit .355, which was good for third on the team, in 76 at bats

  • Tied for fourth in the nation with an ACC-leading 11 home runs, which was on pace for 22 before the season was cut short

  • Led the ACC with a .868 slugging percentage, which was also good for 22nd in the nation

  • 12th in the nation and second in the ACC with 31 RBIs

  • Second on the team in walks with nine

  • Named ACC Player of the Week (March 10)

  • Recorded her third career multi-home run effort with a pair of homers against Troy (Feb 21)

  • Tallied a single-game career-high five RBIs in the Tigers’ second game against Charlotte (March 4)

  • Registered the game-winning hit against Michigan State (Feb. 15) on a two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth

  • ACC Academic Honor Roll recipient

Note: Due to COVID-19, the Clemson Softball inaugural season was cut short (27 games played)

Before Clemson

  • Transferred from Furman University


  • Became the sixth Paladin in program history to earn SoCon Player of the Year honors

  • Hit .348 and slugged a league-best .754

  • Started all 49 games for the Paladins and amassed a conference-best 104 bases

  • Led the SoCon with 16 home runs on the season

  • Tabbed the SoCon Player of the Week on March 4 after batting .522 (12-for-23) with six home runs and 12 RBIs over seven games


  • Made 28 starts and appeared in 33 games as a freshman

  • Batted .216 with three doubles, seven homers and 21 RBI in 88 at bats

  • Belted her first career homer and drove in two runs in an 8-7 win over Wichita State

  • Went 2-for-3 with a pair of homers and career-best five RBI in a 12-0 shutout of Samford

  • Also pitched 15.2 innings and made two starts in three appearances in the circle

High School

  • Was a standout pitcher, first baseman and designated player at Lambert High School for head coach Brooks Youngblood

  • Led the Longhorns to 25-5 overall record, 15-0 mark, Region 7AAAAAAA title and a trip to the GHSA Playoffs Elite 8 as a senior

  • A three-time GHSA All-State choice

  • Belted a state record 18 home runs as a senior in 2016 and finished her high school career with a school record 29 homers

  • Named to the GADC Senior All-Star Team and garnered All-Region 7AAAAAAA and All-Forsyth County honors four straight years

  • Played travel ball for her father, Carlos Guimbarda, and Team Georgia

  • Hit .418 with 11 homers and 49 RBI in 56 games and fanned 82 batters in the circle


  • Born on Marissa Ann Guimbarda on April 27, 1999

  • Daughter of Carlos Guimbarda and Julie Guimbarda

  • Majoring in Health Science

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide


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