Height: 170 cm
Born: 14.07.1991 in Zurich, CH
2022 SB Batting
Zingg's single to lead off the fourth inning of Game 1 against the Therwil Flyers was her 100th hit of her Softball NLA career.
Zingg left Game 1 against the Therwil Flyers in the bottom of the fourth inning after twisting her left ankle trying to reach third base. Doctors diagnosed slightly ripped ligaments. She was placed on the disabled list and will have further examinations this week. Zingg is batting .444 and scored one run in five games so far.
Zingg was safe on second base on an error by the right fielder in her 300th career at-bat in the sixth inning against the Wil Devils.
Zingg delivered a triple in the fourth inning against the Zurich Barracudas in what was her 200th at-bat for the Softball-Team.
Zingg was credited with her second Best Fielder award in a row in 2008.
Zingg receives the award for Best Fielder in 2007.
Zingg was named Juniors' Most Improved Player in 2006.
Zingg wins the Softball's Most Improved Player Award at the 2006 General Assembly.
Zingg set new career-highs with four hits and four RBI's in Game 2 against the Bern Cardinals.
Zingg belted her first career homerun in the fifth inning of Game 1 against the Geneva Dragons.
Zingg delivered her first career triple in the second inning of Game 2 against the Hünenberg Unicorns.
Zingg was named Juniors' Best Pitcher in 2004.
Zingg was named Juniors' Rookie Of The Year in 2003.