Kiana Quolas
Kiana Quolas


Oxnard, Calif.

High School:
Oaks Christian HS




**2014 NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team, Big South Pitcher of the Year, First Team All-Big South, Big South All-Academic Team
**2013 NFCA All-Southeast Region Second Team, Big South Pitcher of the Year, First Team All-Big South, Big South All-Academic Team
**2012 First Team All-Big South, Big South All-Tournament Team, NFCA Scholar-Athlete

2014 (Junior): Repeated as NFCA Southeast Region Second Team selection and unanimous Big South Pitcher of the Year... All-Big South First Team for third straight year, selected to Big South All-Tournament Team and five-time conference Pitcher of the Week... Ranked eighth in the nation in ERA at the end of the regular season and finished with an overall 1.29, tied for fourth-best in school history... Posted a 27-5 record, the second-most victories by a Chanticleer pitcher, and 198 strikeouts, which are the third-most for a season... Threw her first career no-hitter in 3-0 victory over North Carolina on March 12, striking out five and walking two... Also finished the regular season tied for 15th in wins, tied for 29th in shutouts and tied for 30th in hits allowed per seven innings... Allowed one earned run or less in 21 of her 28 regular-season starts, including 10 consecutive complete games from March 12 to April 9... Totaled 29 complete games and seven shutouts, had 11 starts without allowing an earned run and walked just 48 in a career-high 216.2 innings pitched... Led Big South in ERA, wins, strikeouts, opponents' batting average, complete games and shutouts... Offensively, tied for third on team in hits (48) and RBIs (34) and was second with eight doubles, while hitting six home runs... Had a career-high four hits at Presbyterian on April 13... Recorded perfect 1.000 fielding percentage with 66 putouts and 61 assists.

2013 (Sophomore): Selected to NFCA All-Southeast Region second team, named the Big South Conference Pitcher of the Year and the conference's Pitcher of the Week five times during the season... Posted a league-leading 1.94 ERA, 22 victories, six shutouts and .229 opponents batting average... Tied for first in the conference in strikeouts with 151, while walking just 40 batters in 206 innings... Ranked 33rd in the nation in walks per seven innings (1.36), tied for 38th in wins, tied for 47th in shutouts and 70th in ERA... Recorded 37 consecutive scoreless innings over all or parts of eight games from February 24 to March 10... Led team and ranked tied for fourth in Big South with 14 doubles... Second on team with 56 hits and 32 runs, third with a .313 average and 11 home runs and fourth with 28 RBIs... Hit game-winning homers on consecutive days against Charleston Southern and UNC Wilmington on April 16 and 17... Had team-high 12-game hitting streak from April 14 to May 10... Totaled 13 multiple-hit games ... Named to 2012-13 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.

2012 (Freshman): Selected First Team All-Big South Conference, named to the Big South All-Tournament Team and was the Big South Conference The Crons Brand Pitcher of the Week four times ... Ended the season ranked 14th in the nation in shutouts (11.0), 38th in victories (24.0) and 63rdin earned run average (1.84) ... Finished the season ranked second in the conference in opposing batting average (.208) and innings pitched (213.0) ... Struck out 149, walked 45 and gave up 165 hits from the circle ... didn't allow a home run through the first 18 games she pitched ... Recorded the team's longest hitting streak, going 13 games with at least one hit ... Posted a .280 batting average on the season, along with 26 RBI, 21 runs, five home runs and five doubles ... Hit a two-run home run in the first inning of a 4-0 win over Radford that clinched a spot in championship game of the Big South Tournament ... Third on the team in sacrifice hits with 12 ... Named to 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.

At Oaks Christian HS: Ended high school career with a batting average of .433, including a season-high average of .477 during senior year ... Posted 20 home runs during four-year high school career and also recorded 105 RBI, 34 doubles, 15 triples and 37 stolen bases ... During junior season tallied a career-high 40 RBI and in sophomore season had a career-high 21 stolen bases ... Pitched all four years of high school posting a record of 45-19 and 15 saves ... Struck out 552 batters in 448.2 innings pitched and finished with an ERA of 1.11.