Sills goes 6-for-7 at Rutgers
Panthers and Scarlet Knights conclude the regular-season tomorrow afternoon
Pitt heads to Rutgers for regular-season finale
Holly Stevens to be honored Sunday on Senior Day
Panthers host Notre Dame this weekend on ESPN3
Accolades: Pitt's all-time leader in home runs with 34 and RBI with 127...Also ranks 2nd in total bases (303), 4th in hits (177)and 5th in both runs (102)and walks (69)...Two-time All-Conference performer.
2013: Stevens Game-by-Game:Started all 48 games of her senior season and all 203 of her career...Went 2-for-4 with a two run homer against Texas A&M...Big East Honor Roll week of 2/25...Went 6-for-15 at the Hilltopper Classic with two HR, five RBI, six walks, five runs, three doubles and a stolen base...Named to the All-Tournament Team...Went 7-for-19 at the Citrus Classic with four RBI, four runs, and a stolen base...Hit a solo home run against No. 3 Arizona State...Was 2-for-4 against George Mason with a two-run home run...Went 2-for-3 with a triple and a home run against St. John's...Has started every game of her career...Tied the RBI recrod with a grand slam against Penn State...Broke the RBI record against Seton Hall with an RBI double...Was 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored in the series finale against SHU...Was 1-for-4 with a double and a run scored against Providence...Tallied the only two RBI's in a 2-1 victory in the series opener at Rutgers...Team Captain.
2012: An All-Big East Third Team selection...set the all-time career home run record as a junior (27), surpassing Jacki Haar's 23 long balls during the 1999 and 2000 seasons...currently ranks third in career RBI (97)...started all 52 games, including 50 at catcher...paced the squad in hits (42), homers (nine), total bases (71), slugging percentage (.455) and on-base percentage (.358)...second on team in walks (18), RBI (25) and at bats (156)...registered a .976 fielding percentage that ranked second among players with at least 50 chances...recorded a team-high nine multiple-RBI games, including three with three RBI: Fordham (March 17), George Washington (March 18) and DePaul (April 14)...chipped in a team-best 11 runs scored and six RBI in Big East play...listed fourth among conference leaders after catching 15 base runners attempting to steal...tallied 11 multi-hit contests...was a perfect 4-for-4 against Providence (April 7) and 3-for-3 against Illinois State (March 2)...lifted the Panthers to a 4-2, eight-inning victory with her first homer of the season against Lehigh (Feb. 24)...added two homers against DePaul while going 2-for-3 at the plate (April 14)...successfully stole a base on each of her three attempts.
2011: Earned All-Big East Second Team honors...started at catcher in all 51 games...ranked fourth overall in single-season RBI (42)...improved to fifth overall on the career home runs list (18)... blasted her fifth home run of the season against DePaul (April 14), which broke the 1999 team record of 33 home runs in a season...smacked a solo homer to give the Panthers their winning run in an eight-run shutout over Villanova...that homer is described as the longest home run, as it floated well over the centerfield wall that bounced off the press box at Ambrose Urbanic Field...finished second on the squad in batting average (.327), hits (50), RBI (42) and home runs (8)...recorded four hits with four RBI against East Tennessee State (March 12)...named to the Buccaneer Classic All-Star team...tallied two doubles and a home run against Seton Hall (March 26)...hit home runs in back-to-back games against Louisville and DePaul...recorded three hits and three RBI in game two of the Connecticut doubleheader (April 16)...drove in at least one run in eight of the first 10 games of the season...posted 12 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI contests.
2010: Started all 52 games in her first season at Pitt...led the Panthers in home runs (10), total bases (80), slugging percentage (.488) and tied for the team lead in RBI (30)...her 10 home runs on the season is third most all-time in a single season at Pitt and set a rookie record...second on the team in hits (46), at-bats (164) and putouts (245)...was a perfect 3-for-3 in stolen bases...had a season-high six plate appearances against Villanova...had nine multi-hit games, including a team season-best four against Fairfield (Feb. 28)...also recorded team season-bests in RBI (5) and scored three runs against Fairfield...posted five games with multiple RBI...tallied a nine-game hitting streak...smacked her first-career home run against Minnesota (Feb. 19)...named to the Tar Heel Invitational All-Tournament team...broke the rookie record for home runs in a season with her seventh against St. John's (April 17)...tallied a two-home run game in the third contest against St. John's (April 18)...recorded her 10th long ball of the year against Syracuse (May 1)...scored the winning run against Minnesota (Feb. 21)...drove in the winning run against Morehead State (March 7) and St. Francis (Pa.) (March 30), Villanova (April 1), St. John's (April 17), South Florida (April 21) and Syracuse (May 1).
High School: Led San Pedro High School to four Marine League Championships and four Los Angeles City Championships...an All-Marine League first team selection in 2006-09...named to the All-Area Daily Breeze second team in 2006 and 2008...was all-area first team in 2009 and all-city in 2006-2009...named L.A. City section 2009 Player of the Year...earned second team all-state honors and was a Press Telegram Dream Team selection in 2009...also a member of her high school's Marine League championship volleyball team in 2007 and 2008...garnered all-city and all-Marine League for volleyball in 2007 and 2008.
Personal: Daughter of Luanne and David Stevens...has two brothers, Chad and Scott...a social sciences major.
Recapping the 2016 Pitt Softball Season
Three Named to 2016 Softball All-ACC Academic Team
Edwards Selected to Compete in PGF High School All-American Softball Game
Incoming Freshman Alexee Haynes Tabbed West Virginia Softball Gatorade Player of the Year
Three Panthers Earn NFCA All-Region Honors
Panthers Run-Ruled by No. 6 Florida State in Opening Round of ACC Tournament