Named to her second Conference USA All-Academic Team ... hit .385 with six runs, two home runs and seven RBI on her way to be named to the All-Magic City Classic Tournament Team ... was also chosen to the All-Seminole Classic Tournament Team.
Garnered second-team All-Conference USA and C-USA All-Academic Team honors ... batted .309 in 58 starts for the Blazers ... had 55 hits in 178 at-bats, and blasted five home runs ... led the team with 17 doubles, which ranked 33rd in the NCAA ... she finished with 87 total bases, 33 RBI and 27 runs scored ... had UAB's second most plate appearances (221) and second-highest on-base percentage (.415), and the team's second-best slugging percentage (.489) ...stole six bases and walked 23 times ... hit .367 with runners in scoring position ... tied a career-high with a season-long nine game hitting streak to begin the season ... had 11 multi-hit games and six multiple RBI games ...hit in the No. 2 spot for all but five games ... in the field, had 91 assists and 82 putouts and finished with a .906 fielding percentage ... career wise, she continued to move up the all-time charts ... at the end of the season ranked second in career batting average, slugging percentage, on-base percentage, doubles, home runs and RBI ... also in the top five in total bases, triples, walks and stolen base percentage ... named to the All-Tiger Invitational Tournament Team ... in five games hit .462, with four doubles, a home run, and five RBI ... also named to the All-Magic City Classic Tournament Team ... had five hits, including a home run, which helped plate six runs during the tournament ... on Feb, 24 against Drake, drove in five runs with a home run and two doubles ... her home run marked the first time she hit them in back-to-back games.
Redshirt Sophomore (2006)
Named to the All-Conference USA first team ... played and started in all 53 contests during the 2006 season ... was a force at the plate for the Blazers, hitting .325 and tallying six home runs, which ranked second-best on the squad ... scored 30 runs on 50 hits at 154 at bats ... had 10 doubles, three triples and 39 RBI's ... led the team in total bases (84) and slugging percentage (.545) ... also had 28 walks and was 4-of-6 in stolen bases ... in the field she recorded 81 putouts and 107 assists for a 90.0 fielding percentage ... honored as the C-USA Co-Hitter of the Week on February 20 after hitting two grand slams in the season opener against Nicholls State ... earned her second conference Co-Hitter of the Week nod on March 6, thanks to her .500 batting average and MVP honor at the Magic City Classic.
Received a medical redshirt after she was injured ... named to the Bama Bash All-Tournament Team ... hit .280 in 25 at-bats including a home run and a double ... recorded four RBI and a slugging percentage of .440.
Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... led the team with 24 runs scored ... tied for the team lead in home runs with five and finished with 20 RBI, which was second-best on the team ... led the team with 21 walks while striking out only 24 times finished with the fifth-highest batting average (.247) on the team ... started all 56 games ... third on the squad with 40 hits ... had 15 extra-base hits with nine doubles and one triple ... had 66 total bases and her .407 slugging percentage was third-best on team ... recorded a .335 on-base percentage ... finished with a .930 fielding percentage ... 14 of her 20 RBI came in conference play.
High School (2000-2003)
Member of the 2003 USA Junior National Team as she was chosen as one of only 17 players to represent the U.S. at the 2003 International Softball Federation's Junior Women's World Championships ... owns Hanford High School's career records in the following seven offensive categories: hits (171), triples (15), home runs (24), RBI (116), stolen bases (74), walks (55) and runs (146) ... set the following single-season records as a senior: batting average (.615), home runs (16), hits (56), runs (52) and RBI (45) ... competed for the Washington Spirit Gold ASA team under the 0tutelage of head coach Kelly Richards ...led Hanford High School to the Washington State championship as a senior ... named the 2003 Washington State MVP ... earned first-team all-state honors as a senior ... set the HHS junior season record in batting average (.558), home runs (5) and hits (48) ... earned the 2003 Hanford HS MVP award ... earned first-team all-conference honors all four seasons - as a catcher her junior season, an outfielder her freshman season and as an infielder during both her sophomore and senior seasons ... earned the Academic Excellence Award and was a member of the honor roll ... also lettered in soccer and basketball.
Full name is Holly Kristin Krzan ... born Dec. 28, 1984 in Richland, Wash. ... parents are mother Paula and father Pat and Judy Krzan... majoring in special education ... her siblings include brothers Corey, Jesse and sister Jennifer.