Position
Third Base
Height
5'7
Class
Junior
Hometown
St. Amant, La.
Previous School
Oklahoma
B/T
R
High School
St. Thomas More HS

2008 Easton Purple & Gold Challenge MVP
2008 Easton Tiger Classic All-Tournament Team
2007 LSWA Louisiana Hitter of the Week (4/10)

SENIOR SEASON (2008)
Played and started in 61 games … Made the move from third base to shortstop for her senior season … Named the Most Valuable Player of the Easton Purple & Gold Challenge … Also selected to the Easton Tiger Classic all-tournament team … Committed only nine errors, the fewest of any season in her career, in over 175 attempts for a .951 fielding percentage … Posted seven multiple-hit games and eight multiple-RBI games, including four games with three or more RBIs … Recorded a career-high with five RBIs vs. St. John’s … Posted a season-high eight-game hitting streak … Knocked in game-winning runs against Louisiana-Monroe, South Alabama and No. 21 Mississippi State.

JUNIOR SEASON (2007)
Played and started in 52 games … Selected the LSWA Louisiana Hitter of the Week on April 10 … Tied the school record with a 15-game hitting streak … Missed 15 games with a broken finger early in the season and played through pain the remainder of the year … Recorded nine multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI games … Had only 10 errors in over 150 chances … Had a team season high seven assists against Georgia … Knocked in the game-winning RBIs in three games, including a nine-inning win at Mississippi State … Ranked in the top 10 in the SEC in conference games in sacrifice flies … Recorded nine multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI games.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2006)
Sat out after transferring to LSU in the spring.

FRESHMAN SEASON – Oklahoma (2005)
Played in 59 games, starting 56 … Hit at a .285 clip with 14 extra base hits … Seven home runs was third best mark on the squad … Hit .368 against lefties, .339 with runners on base and .324 with runners in scoring position … Began season at shortstop before claiming starting spot at second base … First freshman in OU history to hit a home run in three straight games (Lipscomb, North Texas, Michigan State) … Drove in the game winner in a tight contest with Indiana (3/16) … Drove in two runs with a crucial rally-starting single in 15-7 win over No. 7 Texas A&M … Sent game into extra frame with a solo HR against Kansas (4/23) … Crushed a solo home run to dead center that capped a 6-3 defeat of UL-Lafayette in the Regional 14 Championship.

HIGH SCHOOL
Four-time all-district, All-Acadiana and All-State selection at St. Thomas More HS … 2002 KATC Player of the Week … 2003 Who’s Who In High School Sports … High school team won four district titles … St. Thomas More was Louisiana Division 4-A State Champions in 2002 and 2001, while claiming Bi-District Championship in 2003 … Hit above .400 each of her first three high school seasons … Turned in 50 plus extra base hits in first three high school seasons … Led off for three seasons, recording best of 29 stolen bases as a junior … Had a three-year record of 37-4 as a starting pitcher … Recorded a personal best ERA of 0.11 as a sophomore … Threw five perfect games, 19 no-hitters and 30 shutouts during her high school career … Drove in the winning run with a triple to clinch the Louisiana State Championship against Live Oak in 2002 … Did not commit an error at third base during 2003 season … Summer team, the Louisiana Gold, won 2000 AFA National Championship and finished as runner-up in 2002 … Named as 2002 ASA All-American after finishing in the top five in slugging percentage, on base percentage, hits, runs batted in, extra base hits and home runs … Also played basketball (three letters) and volleyball (two letters) in high school … Named to 2003 all-district basketball all-defensive team.

PERSONAL
Daughter of Bryan and Celeste Hollis … Has two sisters, Mackenzie (15) and Addison (11), and one brother, Easton (8) … Born Jan. 14, 1986, in Baton Rouge, La. … Majoring in interdisciplinary studies … Hometown is St. Amant, but lived for eight years in the Lafayette/Broussard area.

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