Nov. 30, 2009
DAVIS, Calif. - UC Davis softball assistant coach Alicia Hollowell has recently been named the CalHiSports.com State Player of the Decade for softball. The honor comes after a record-shattering prep career for Fairfield High School. Hollowell is in her first season as an assistant with the Aggies.
Hollowell completed her high school career in 2002 and was named the Ms. Softball State Player of the Year as a senior after being a finalist as a junior. She owns the state record for strikeouts in a season and is also second and third in that category. She also holds a multitude of additional high school pitching records for the state.
Hollowell went on to star at Arizona where she set a variety of additional records in a career that was capped off by leading the Wildcats to the 2006 national title.
Since her collegiate career ended, Hollowell has been a member of the USA Softball National Team, served as an assistant at Arizona and played professionally for the NPF's Akron Racers.
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