Michelle Moses
Michelle  Moses

Paso Robles, Calif.

High School:
Paso Robles



Moses Named First-Team All-District

This is Moses' third-straight year being named to the NFCA All-West Region Team


Three Bulldogs Named All-WAC

Michelle Moses receives third-straight first team nod; Courtney Moore and Vonnie Martin honored on second team


Seniors Ready for Final Home Stand

2012 senior class will be honored at the start of Saturday's doubleheader against La Tech


Boutillier Named Fresno State Sysco Student-Athlete of the Week

Men's Tennis player Remi Boutillier earned his 100th-career doubles win against Pacific.


Moses Named WAC Pitcher of the Week

Moses collects second WAC Pitcher of the Week honor this year and fifth of her career


Fresno State Hosts No. 11 Cal Bears

Fresno State closed the 2011 Bayer CropScience Classic by hosting No. 11 California.


Bulldogs Sweep Opening Day

Fresno State defeated Sacramento State twice to open the 2011 season


SJSU Gallery

Pictures from the Bulldogs series at SJSU April 16-17.


2010 Diamond Club Luncheon

The 2010 Diamond Club Meet the Team event at TorNino's.


Softball First Day of Practice

The Fresno State softball team begins practice for the 2010 season.

Michelle-Moses-Bio Last updated on May 18, 2012

Fresno State Accolades
• First-Team NFCA All-West Region (2012)
• First-Team All-WAC (2012)
• Third-Team Easton Sports Inc. All-American (2011)
• Second-Team NFCA All-West Region (2011)
• First-Team All-WAC (2011)
• Preseason All-WAC (2011)
• First-Team All- WAC (2010)
• All-WAC Tournament Team (2010 & 2012)
• Second-Team All-West Region (2010)
• Dean's List (Fall 2010)
• Named the WAC Hitter of the Week five times in her career
• Named the WAC Pitcher of the Week three times in her career

2012 (Senior): No. 3 hitter on team who has started/played all 59 games this year (has started/played 231 of team's 233 games - missed two games junior year due to sickness) ... named to the 2012 NFCA All-West Region first-team ... 2x WAC Pitcher of the Week... In the circle led the WAC in strikeouts (253), batters struck out looking (68), innings pitched (251.0), shutouts (12) and games started (38) while second in wins (23) and appearances (42), fourth in strikeouts per 7/IP (7.06) and opposing batting average (.205) and fifth in ERA (2.51) ... Offensively tied for the WAC lead in home runs (18) while third in RBI (42) and total bases (103), fourth in total plate appearances (210) and sac bunts (8), seventh in slugging percentage (.595) and ninth in runs (36) ...Had season-best 38 consecutive outs without allowing a hit and recorded 12.2 consecutive innings without a hit (vs. New Mexico State, April 20-21)... In complete games this year tallied five one-hitters (five in career) and six three-hitters (14 in career)... Had 10 multiple RBI games (49 in career) and six multiple-hit games (45 in career) ... With 18 home runs on year tallied 10 or more every season in career ... Hit program's 31st grand slam and fourth of her career --the four grand slam ranks No. T2 in school history (vs. Nevada on March 24) ... Hit two long balls vs. BYU on March 30 to give her four career multi home run games ... First pitcher in WAC and school history to hit 50 or more career home runs (vs. UConn on March 10) and tally 500 or more career strikeouts (vs. Purdue on March 10)... Was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle for the second time in school history and in career against UConn - had school's first cycle last year against Sacramento State ... Seventh Bulldog hurler to tally 600+ career strikeouts (vs. No. 14 Hawaii on April 27) ... Pitched five games in which she struck out 10 or more batters, including a season-high 17 vs. Iowa State, to give her 16 10-strikeout games in her career ... Had season-best 24.1 scoreless innings and without an earned run (Feb. 18-24) .... Also tallied 23.0 innings without a run or earned run (April 9-21) ... Threw two no-hitters - 10 days apart on the road (Feb. 23 vs. Iowa State and March 2 vs. Saint Joseph's) - on year to give her three in her career ... Posted a Top 10 win on Feb. 25 when she recorded a 6-3 road victory over then No. 7 UCLA ... Picked up her 40th career win against UC Santa Barbara on March 27 ... Recorded her 50th career win vs. San Jose State on May 10 ... Posted her first 20-win season of her career when she recorded a 1-0 shutout over New Mexico State on April 20 ... Surpassed the 200 strikeout mark for the second straight year ... Had a season-best seven game hit streak and batted .429 (9-21) with 7 runs, 2 doubles, 2 home runs, 3 walks, 8 RBI, 17 total bases and a .810 slugging percentage ... Named to the BayerCrop Science All-Tournament Team ... In all 11 weeks of NCAA stats has ranked every week among the top 12 in shutouts, the top 20 in home runs and the top 25 in strikeouts ... Currently in the NCAA stats (May 14) ranks No. 6 in shutouts (12), No. 14 in home runs (18) and No. 22 in strikeouts (253) ... In the WAC's career record book is ranked No. 3 home runs (59), No. 7 RBI (175) and No. 7 strikeouts per 7/IP (7.62) ... In Fresno State's career record book is ranked in 11 categories: No. 2 home runs, No. 3 slugging percentage (.567, 398-702), No. 5 RBI, No. 6 total bases, No. 8 walks (79), No. 4 strikeouts per 7/IP, No. 4 saves (5), No. 6 strikeouts (644), No. 10 appearances (108), No. 10 no-hitters (3) and No. 10 consecutive scoreless innings pitched (31.0) ... In Fresno State career has pitched 3 no-hitters, 5 one-hitters, 6 two-hitters and 14 three-hitters ... Has thrown 28 complete games in which three hits or less have been given up in career ... Three-time First Team All-WAC (2010-12) ... Two-time WAC All-Tournament (2012, '10) ... Two-time Preseason All-WAC (2011-12) ... Two-time Second Team All-West Region (2010-11) ... Two-time WAC Player of the Week ... Five-time WAC Pitcher of the Week ... In career, helped the program to a 150-83 overall record ... Also helped Bulldogs to a 2009 WAC regular-season title and two regular-season runner-up finishes ... In addition, has been a part of one WAC Tournament Championship team while guiding the `Dogs to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including two appearances in the NCAA Regional Championship game.

2011 (Junior): Named a third-team All-American by Easton Sports Inc., becoming the 18th All-American in program history ... earned NFCA All-West Region second-team and first-team All-WAC honors for the second-straight season ... was twice named the WAC Hitter of the Week and once the pitcher of the week after throwing a no-hitter against No. 20 Hawai'i in a 2-0 victory on April 1 ... won five games over top 25 teams, beating No. 20 Hawai'i twice, No. 8 Missouri, No. 16 Nebraska and No. 19 Oklahoma State ... became the first player in program history to hit for the cycle, doing so in the first game of a doubleheader on Feb. 12 against Sacramento State ... hit .252 on the year ... her 12 home runs rank No. 10 in Fresno State single-season history and was the seventh-most in the WAC in 2011 ... led the team with 39 RBIs, which ranked No. 8 in the WAC ... tied for third in the WAC with three triples ... scored 28 runs, had 41 hits and six doubles on the year ... led the team in slugging percentage (.534) and multiple-RBI games (13) ... tied for the team-high with a seven-game hitting streak from April 15-29 ... in the circle, she posted a 16-12 record with a 2.47 ERA in 36 appearances and 32 games started ... her 16 victories ranked No. 4 in the WAC ... threw 20 complete games ... ranked third in the WAC in 224 strikeouts and was fourth in the league with 198.2 innings pitched.

2010 (Sophomore): No. 3 hitter on the team who played and started all 62 games ... played first base and pitcher ... ended season batting .351 (67-191) with 48 runs, six doubles, a triple, 19 home runs, 57 RBI, 132 total bases, .691 slugging percentage, 17 walks, four hit by pitch, 2-2 stolen bases ... led team with 20 multiple hit games and 16 multiple RBI games while also first in runs, home runs, RBI, total bases and slugging percentage ... posted season-best 11-game hit streak and batted .487 (19-39, 11 runs, 17 RBI, 4 doubles, 5 home runs, walk, 1-1 stolen base, 38 total bases, .974 slugging percentage) ... ... set four Top 10 Fresno State single-season marks: hit second-most home runs in a year with 19 ... posted first 100 total base season with 132 - a mark that ranks No. 10 ... her .691 slugging percentage and 57 RBI also rank No. 8 in single-season school history ... hit first career grand slam vs. Utah ... on the year, scored two or more runs 11 times in a game ... had two games with 5 RBI ... hit two home runs in game twice vs. La-Lafayette and San Jose State ... in the circle, went 12-3 with 3 shutouts, 2 saves and 155 strikeouts in 131.2 innings for a 2.07 ERA while averaging 8.24 strikeouts per 7 innings as opponents batted .198 against in 27 appearances with 20 starts and 11 complete games ... shared team-high with 2 saves ... had four 10-strikeout games while fanning eight or more in eight games ... set school's single-season game record for strikeouts in a seven-inning game (18) vs. Louisiana Tech ... set school's single-game record for consecutive strikeouts (13) vs. Louisiana Tech ... allowed three hits or less in nine games as a starter ... opened with eight straight victories before suffering first loss ... in the 2010 NCAA Tournament in Los Angeles hosted by No. 5 national seed UCLA, she batted .385 (5-13) with 4 runs, double, 2 home runs, 4 RBI, 2 walks and 12 total bases for a .923 slugging percentage ... among all NCAA Regional participants, was T1 in runs scored, second in hits, home runs, RBI and total bases, third in slugging percentage and sixth in batting average ... in the circle she went 1-2 and was second in strikeouts (12) and wins and third in ERA (3.15) ... individually vs. West Region opponents during the regular season, she hit .389 (21-54) with 16 runs, 3 home runs, 8 RBI, 2 walks, 2 hit by pitch, 30 total bases, .556 slugging percentage and a 1.000 fielding percentage in 77 chances ... including WAC Tournament & NCAA Tournament play she batted .357 (25-70) with 20 runs, 4 walks, 2 hit by pitch, 5 home runs, 12 RBI, 40 total bases, .571 slugging percentage and a 1.000 fielding percentage in 94 total chances vs. West Region opponents ... in the circle she ranked every week in shutouts and strikeouts, 10 weeks in saves, nine weeks in victories and four weeks in ERA and strikeouts per 7/IP ... 2010 Second Team All-West Region ... 2010 First Team All-WAC ... 2010 WAC All-Tournament.

2009 (Freshman): The only freshman and just one of five players on the 2009 team to start and play in all 58 games ... led the team in home runs (10), RBI's (37) slugging percentage (.434), walks (20) and sacrifice flies (two) ... second on the team in putouts (405) and fielding percentage (.984) ... had a team-high six home runs and a .606 slugging percentage in WAC play ... had two multi-run games including scoring three runs at Boise State where she also had two hits, two RBI's and a home run on April 25 ... posted 10 multi-hit games and a season-long hitting streak of five games on two occasions ... had nine multi-RBI games including five RBI's vs. Long Beach State with the first grand slam of her career ... had five doubles and one triple on the year ... walked two or more times in three games ... had one stolen base vs. Nevada in the WAC Tournament Championship ... pitched in three games with 12 strikeouts on the year ... had a career-high eight strikeouts in 5.2 innings pitched vs. Fordham ... named Toyota/gobulldogs.com Student-Athlete of the Week on Feb. 23 for her part in the Dogs victory over then-ranked No. 20 North Carolina and Maryland.

Paso Robles High School: A four-year letterwinner in softball and one-year letterwinner in soccer and volleyball ... a two-year softball team captain ... senior year posted a 0.40 ERA with 11 home runs and a .435 batting average ... in 2007 was named to the first-team All-CIF, first-team all-state and all-league.

Personal: Born July 25, 1990 ... parents are Judy and Ken Moses ... has a younger brother, Skip, and an older sister, Julie ... hobbies include going to the beach and miniature golf ... lists her favorite athlete as John Carmichael because he played for the love of the game ... lists her biggest athletic thrill as throwing her first perfect game ... admires her parents and Brandon Krisell the most because he is such an amazing person ... chose Fresno State for the athletic reputation and the weather ... was also recruited by Purdue, Colorado State, Central Florida and Houston.

Michelle Moses' Career Stats


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