Jill Compton struck out a career-high 11 batters in the first game of the doubleheader against the Rams.
Fresno State softball earned its first Mountain West sweep over Boise State.
Jill Compton tossed her third career complete game shutout against Boise State Friday night.
The Bulldogs two-run seventh inning rally was spoiled by the Roadrunners walk-off RBI single.
Junior Stesha Brazil's two-run shot over the left field fence gave the Bulldogs a 6-4 win over the Rebels.
Last updated on June 21, 2013
Fresno State Accolades
2013 (FRESHMAN): Selected as a 2013 All-Mountain West honoree ... named Mountain West Pitcher of the Week twice ... became the first freshman since 2007 to throw a no-hitter, it was also the 70th in Bulldog history ... started 31 games and made 39 appearances in her first season ... had a 15-14 overall record and a 7-3 record in Mountain West action ... concluded the season with a 3.00 ERA and 144 strikeouts ... tossed a total of 193.2 innings and 20 complete games ... also recorded seven complete game shutouts ... also threw three one-hitters, including holding then-No. 6 Cal scoreless through six innings ... dealt 21 consecutive scoreless innings in three starts to conclude conference play ... struck out a career-high 12 against New Mexico ... recorded 10 or more strikeouts in a game four times ... ended the season with a .241 opposing batting average.
High School: A three-time letter winner in softball at Arroyo Grande High School ... named ESPN second team all-star in 2010 and 2011 ... league MVP and all-county MVP her junior and senior year ... named the league MVP pitcher and Most Outstanding Senior Athlete in 2012 ... pitched two perfect games throughout her high school career ... recorded 764 strikeouts in her three varsity seasons.
Personal: Born April 4, 1994 in Santa Maria, California ... parents are Sandra and Bill Compton... has two older siblings, Chris and Jaclyn ... majoring in business ... enjoys spending time with family ... most admires her dad for pushing her to become a better athlete and person ... also recruited by Utah, Syracuse, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Cal Poly and University of Houston.