Defensive Player of the Year Moss and Compton Tabbed to First Team; Brazil, Harris and Willis Land on Second Team.
Brazil socks pair of homers, and Solomon drills grand slam to keep `Dogs in MW lead.
The sophomore right-hander strikes out six en route to her eighth shutout of the year.
Back-to-back Fresno State homers spur game 2 win; eighth-inning UNLV solo homer decides opener.
Moss & Smith each collect three hits behind Compton's complete game.
Senior Day - May 4, 2014 (vs. CSU) - Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.
Photo Gallery at St. Mary's (4/16/14) - Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.
Softball v. Pacific (03-14-14) - By Keith Kountz
Fresno Softball Action Pictures, October 2013. Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2013.
Last updated on June 5, 2014
Fresno State Accolades
2014 All-Mountain West Conference Second Team
2014 (FRESHMAN): The team's top newcomer led the squad in on-base percentage (.432), and ranked second in stolen bases (9) and walks (24), third in batting (.307), fourth in triples (2) and fifth in multi-hit games (8) ... altogether, she played 49 of the team's 52 contests on the year, and batted in the fifth-ninth slots ... among her 42 starts, she reached base in 34 of those contests ... had game-winning RBI vs. UC Santa Barbara (eighth-inning grounder) and Colorado State (fourth-inning single) ... in her 22 games of conference action, she hit .346 and stood third on squad in on-base percentage (.433) ... had five- and four-game hit streaks in MW play, and another four-game run in February. ... owned team's fourth-longest reached base streak on year - a 12-game opening-month stretch that included pinch-hits the last two at-bats ... also owned team's best pinch-hit batting average on season (.500, 3-for-6), including a triple vs. CS Fullerton ... defensively, logged .932 fielding mark with 41 putouts (and three errors and no assists).
High School: The four-time first-team all-league selection was also the MVP for her Clayton Valley Charter High School team ...the Silver Slugger award recipient sported a season best batting mark of .636 ... a four-time letterwinner, she helped her squad to a DVA1 title and NCS Division II runner-up finish, and 22-3 mark in 2013.
Personal: Criminology major ... parents are Kelly and Todd, and has one older brother Johnny and a younger sister Ariana.
Runs scored: 3 - at New Mexico (4/6/14)
Hits: 3 - at New Mexico (4/4/14)
RBIs: 2 - 3 times, at Cal State Fullerton (3/7/14); vs Utah State (3/28/14); at New Mexico (4/5/14)
Doubles: 1 - vs Appalachian State (2/8/14 at Tempe)
Triples: 1 - at Cal State Fullerton (3/7/14); vs San Diego State (4/11/14)
Total bases: 3 - 4 times, vs Appalachian State (2/8/14 at Tempe); at Cal State Fullerton (3/7/14); at New Mexico (4/4/14); vs San Diego State (4/11/14)
Walks: 3 - vs Virginia (2/22/14 at Cathedral City)
Sac Hits: 1 - 3 times, vs San Diego State (4/11/14); at San Jose State (4/22/14); vs UNLV (4/26/14)
Stolen bases: 2 - vs Appalachian State (2/8/14 at Tempe)
Hit by pitch: 1 - vs Utah State (3/29/14)
Putouts: 4 - Twice, vs UNLV (4/27/14); at Nevada (5/8/14)
Nicknames: Kiki, Willis, Kie
Favorite Color: Turquoise, purple, red
Favorite Stuffed Animal: Bulldog pillow pet
Favorite Saying/Motto: You can't put a limit on anything the more you dream, the further you get.
Favorite Hobbies: Shopping, hiking, camping, listening to music, hanging out with my teammates, going to the movies, spending time with my family.
Favorite Place I'd Like to Travel to: Caribbean islands
Favorite Place on Campus: Locker room
Favorite Entrée/Dish: Lettuce wraps
Favorite Ice Cream: Chocolate chip mint
Favorite Snack: apples, oranges
First CD I Owned: Chris Brown
I Chose Fresno State because: It's supportive athletic and academically, I see the program with potential growth along with my self as a player and an individual.
Favorite Pro Teams: San Fransico Giants, San Diego chargers.
Favorite Coach Ford saying: Focus on the process not the result.
If I didn't play softball, I would play: Basketball
Kierra Willis' Career Stats
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