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Holly Currie
Holly Currie

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Pisgah, Ala.

High School:
Pisgah High School

Height:
6-0

Position:
P/1B

Bats/Throws:
R/R

2006 ... SEC Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 27) ... U.S. Sports Academy's February Alabama Athlete of the Month ... Finished 19-14 from the circle with a team-leading 1.79 ERA ... Struck out 286 batters, good for second-best in team history ... Third in the SEC in strikeouts and fourth in appearances (42) and fifth in innings pitched (219.0) ... Offensively, batted .255 with six home runs and 33 RBI ... From the circle, won her first seven games ... Finished with five no-hitters, most in team history, and had nine shutouts ... Also posted 20 complete games for the second straight season ... Struck out 15 batters twice, both coming in no-hitters (Feb. 18 vs. Mercer, April 4 vs. Tennessee Tech) ... Also no-hit Missouri (Feb. 24), Ole Miss (May 6) and Marist (May 19) ... Finished with five saves ... Struck out 10 or more in a game 12 times ... Was 8-9 with a 2.68 ERA in 112.1 innings in SEC play ... Struck out 110 against conference opponents ... Third in team history with 27 home runs ... Offensively, posted a career-high with 28 walks ... Finished with 42 hits, five doubles and two triples ... Was 6 for 14 with a double and a home run at the Tucson Regional ... Began the season 4 for 4 with two three-run home runs against Miami (Ohio) on Feb. 10 ... Had a career-high six at bats against Mercer Feb. 18, posting three hits with three RBI ... Batted .221 with two home runs and 11 RBI in 30 SEC games.

2005 ... 2005 NFCA All-Region First-Team ... SEC Pitcher of the Week (April 25) ... One of 25 finalists for USA Softball Player of the Year ... Pitcher/designated player had one of the finest seasons in Auburn and SEC history ... Batted .394 with 17 home runs and 65 RBI in 67 games and went 24-11 with a 1.95 ERA in 46 appearances from the circle ... Tied for the SEC lead and Auburn single-season record with 17 home runs ... Set the Aubun single-season record with 65 RBI ... .772 slugging percentage ranks second in school history and .464 on-base percentage is third ... Drove in 10 runs against Alabama State on Feb. 9, breaking an SEC record and was one off tying an NCAA record ... Became the first Auburn player to hit for the cycle on March 12 against Arkansas ... Posted 22 multiple-hit games and had a career-high seven-game hit streak ... Had three or more RBI in a game nine times ... As a pitcher, finished 24-11 with 250 strikeouts in 208.1 innings ... Third pitcher in AU history to win 20 or more games ... Went 12-4 at home with a 1.62 ERA in 18 appearances ... Became first Auburn pitcher to throw a perfect game on Feb. 11 against the College of Charleston (6 ip, 13 k) ... Posted seven games with 10 or more strikeouts ... Struck out a career-high 14 in 4-1 win over Texas Tech on Feb. 25 ... Was 12-4 in SEC games, making 20 appearances ... Threw five shutouts in conference play ... Won eight straight from April 17 to May 12.

2004 ... Played in 53 games, starting 45 ... Made 21 appearances as a pitcher, starting 18 ... Went 8-3 with a 2.13 ERA, completing four games and recording two shutouts ... Opposing batters hit .191 ... Worked 92 innings, striking out 91 batters, an average of .98 a frame ... Struck out a season-high nine three times, the last coming against Birmingham-Southern on Feb. 28 ... Worked 6 2/3 innings against Alabama on April 20, holding the Crimson Tide to four hits and two runs ... Started season 7-0 and sported a 0.72 ERA through first 11 appearances ... Third on Auburn with .278 batting average ... Fourth in RBI with 21 ... Went 3-for-3 with five RBI against Wichita State on Feb. 7 ... Posted eight multi-hit games and three multi-RBI efforts ... Tied for second on Auburn with season-high six game hitting streak from Feb. 20 to March 2.

High School ... Led Pisgah High School to the Alabama State Championship three straight years and was named State Tournament MVP all three years ... Alabama Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Won prestigious Miss Softball of Alabama award as a senior ... Named Gatorade Player of the Year for 2003 ... Two time All American ... Set Alabama state records with 159 career wins and 1,730 career strikeouts ... Threw 13 no hitters in last two seasons, including 11 as a junior ... Had microscopic ERAs of 0.19 and 0.29 as a junior and senior, respectively ... At the plate, belted 61 career home runs, including 13 in each of her junior and senior campaigns ... Batted .460 as a senior and .544 as a junior ... Also played basketball, being named State Tournament MVP after leading Pisgah to the 2003 title.

Personal ... Born July 5, 1985 in Scottsboro, Ala. to Quinton and Peggy Currie ... Has one brother, Jon, 29 ... Majoring in exercise science.