The 6'1" right handed softball pitcher Alicia Hollowell, is a two-time First-team All-American and a two-time Second-Team all-American. By pitching every single inning for the Wildcats during the tournament, Alicia led the Wildcats to a NCAA Championship title in 2006. That same year, she was named the NCAA Women's College World Series Most Outstanding Player after breaking the NCAA strikeout record in a Women's College World Series with 64 strikeouts. The All-American pitcher went on to be a four-time, All-Pac-10 selection and her 16 career no-hitters ranks number one in Wildcat history along with her 89 career shutouts. Throughout her career, Alicia struck out 1,768 batter, breaking another Arizona record. She also ranks first in career victories with 134 in four seasons. Alicia finished her career with a 0.87 ERA and was named a 2004 and 2006 USA National Player of the Year finalist and competed on the USA Softball squad in 2003, 2004, and 2005.