Height: 163 cm
Born: 02.02.1983 in Zurich, CH
Cellar received the Softball-Team's Best Batter award at the Challengers General Assembly, as she set team highs with 19 hits, 6 doubles, 2 triples, 21 total bases, a .475 batting average, a .725 slugging percentage and 15 RBI's.
Cellar passed Bobbie-Jean Taylor for 2nd place in the all-time list for stolen bases, as she stole second and third base in Game 2 against the Wil Devils. She finished the game with three stolen bases leaving her with a total of 70.
Cellar drove in her 118th run in a Challengers uniform, as she drove in Karen Heimgartner with a RBI-single in the third inning against the Wil Devils. With this RBI she passed Ziegylou Wehrli for 2nd place in the all-time list.
Cellar won her first MVP award at the Challengers General Assembly. Cellar set team-highs with 26 hits, 6 doubles, 1 homerun, 10 RBI's and 16 runs scored, while leading the team with a .464 batting average and a .531 on-base percentage to take away also the Best Batter award.
Cellar saw her hitting streak stopped at 11, as Corina Grass and the Barracudas no-hit the Challengers in Game 1. Her last game without a hit was on August 19, 2012 against the Bern Cardinals.
Cellar kept her 11-game hitting streak alive, as she hit a double leading off the second inning in Game 2 against the Therwil Flyers. It was also her sixth game in-a-row with at least two hits. Cellar and Bobbie-Jean Taylor are now tied for third place on the all-time list for doubles with 19.
Cellar belted her first home run in her 302nd career at bat for the Challengers in the top of the second inning of Game 1 against the Wil Devils. It was an inside-the-park home run off of Jrene Bühler.
Cellar lined out to shortstop in her 300th at-bat for the Challengers in the bottom of the fifth inning of Game 2 against the Bern Cardinals.
Cellar is riding a 7-game hitting streak by getting a total of four hits in the doubleheader against the Bern Cardinals. Her last game without a hit was on August 19, 2012 also against the Bern Cardinals.
Cellar got her 100th hit in a Challengers uniform in the bottom of the 3rd inning of Game 2 against the Luzern Eagles. She is in fifth place on the alltime list for hits.
Cellar scored her 100th run for the Challengers, as Taylor Mc Cants drove her in in the top of the first inning of Game 1 against the Therwil Flyers.
Cellar made the Swiss National Teams 15-woman roster for this years Softball European Championship Women, which will take place from July 7 till 13 in Prague.
Cellar won the Best Fielder award at the 2011 General Assembly.
Cellar was named in the Swiss National Teams 13-woman roster for this years Softball European Championship Women B, which will take place from July 31 till August 6 in Ronchi dei Legionari (Italy).
Cellar was credited with the Best Batter award after setting team highs with 28 hits, 5 triples, a .418 batting average, a .494 on-base percentage and 24 stoles bases and finishing second with 28 runs scored.
Cellar was named in the Swiss National Teams 17-woman roster for this years Softball European Championship Women B, which will take place from July 27 till August 1 in Hoboken (Belgium).
Cellar was named Rookie of the Year in 2008.
Cellar belted a Grand Slam in the sixth inning against the Sofia Athletics at the European Cup Winners Cup Women B in Dupnitsa, Bulgaria. It was the first homerun ever in the new built Levski Complex ballpark. She also added a triple and two singles and drove in six runs.
Cellar delivered four hits, scored twice and drove in four runs in Game 2 against the Hünenberg Unicorns.