2013-14: As a freshman, Weidinger hit .509 (55-for-108) with 27 runs, 15 doubles, two triples, 10 home runs, 48 RBI, 10 walks and four stolen bases. She had a .555 on base percentage and a .963 slugging percentage.
On April 9, she became the first player in program history to homer three times in one game. She earned OCCAC player of the week honors on April 6 and April 13. Following the season, Ducat earned First Team All-OCCAC honors.
Among all players in Region XII, Weidinger finished second in doubles, eighth in hits, second in home runs, third in RBI, fourth in batting average, third in on base percentage and third in slugging percentage.
In OCCAC play, Weidinger hit .575 (23-for-40), got on base at a .614 clip and slugged a league-high 1.275. She added 15 runs, a league-high seven doubles, a league-high seven home runs, a league-high 28 RBI, four walks and two stolen bases. Fourteen of her 23 league hits were for extra bases.
Prior to Owens: Weidinger had a great year for the Panthers this past season. She hit .432 en route to First Team All-Three Rivers Athletic Conference (TRAC) and First Team All-District honors at catcher.
She also participated in the Northwest District All-Star Game as a member of the Division I team. In addition to her average, Weidinger totaled 24 runs, five home runs, 21 RBI and one stolen base.
Weidinger was named Second Team All-TRAC as a junior and Second Team All-Toledo City League as a sophomore. She was coached by Mark Figliomeni.
Personal: Tori is the daughter of Mike and Kathy Weidinger. She has three siblings - Mike, Michelle and Danielle.