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Bryana Walker
Bryana Walker

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
La Quinta, Calif.

High School:
La Quinta

Height:
5-10

Position:
P

04/21/2013

Long Ball Leads Huskies To Series Victory

Junior Whitney Jones hit her first career home run in game two.

04/13/2013

Sun Devils Even Series With 7-1 Win

Kylee Lahners hit a solo home run in the top of the seventh.

04/08/2013

Inglesby Named GoHuskies.com SAOTW

The junior went 5-0 on the week in the circle against two nationally ranked teams.

04/07/2013

Fagaly Drives In Game-Winner In Seventh

Washington extends winning streak to seven with sweep over OSU.

04/06/2013

Huskies Take Two From Beavers

Washington got two wins in the circle from Kaitlin Inglesby.

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WASHINGTON
2013 (Junior):
First-Team CoSIDA Academic All-District ... named Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 26 ... named GoHuskies.com Student-Athlete of the Week on Feb. 25 for her play in the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic ... First-Team Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar ... named GoHuskies.com Co-Student-Athlete of the Week on May 20 for her play in NCAA Regionals ... earned the start in game one of the WCWS ... allowed two runs on one hit in 3.0 innings ... won both games at Super Regionals at Missouri ... won game one in relief pitching 2.0 perfect innings ... started game two and allowed just two hits in 5.0 innings ... three her second career five-inning no-hitter in game three of Regionals vs. No. 20 Hawai'i ... struck out 12 in the game and allowed just two walks in the 8-0 victory ... in game one of Regionals vs. Portland State, had a career-high 13 strikeouts in the 2-1 victory ... had a good final regular season finale vs. Cal ... got the win in game two, pitched 9.0 innings and allowed six runs on six hits with 11 strikeouts ... pitched 2.0 good innings in relief in game three not allowing any runs or hits ... got the start in game two at Utah, allowed four runs on three hits in 1.2 innings ... got the complete game victory in game two, allowed three runs on six hits in 5.0 innings ... earned the start in game two vs. Stanford ... allowed six runs on seven hits in 5.1 innings ... pitched game two at ASU and allowed just one earned run on five hits ... earned the start in game two vs. OSU and allowed two earned runs on five hits in 2.2 innings ... earned the start in game two and allowed three runs on six hits in 3.0 innings ... earned the complete game win in game two at UCLA, 5-4 in nine innings ... allowed four runs on six hits and struck out nine ... pitched a complete game in game two vs. Oregon, took the loss and allowed four runs on seven hits ... got the start in game three, allowed one run on one hit in 1.1 innings ... earned the start vs. Arizona in game one and pitched two innings with two strikeouts ... pitched the complete game in game two and took the loss ... allowed seven runs on 10 hits ... earned the win vs. DePaul in 6.1 innings allowing three earned runs on six hits ... took the loss against Texas allowing four runs on eight hits in 3.0 innings ... got the win vs. Pacific in 6.0 innings, allowing four runs on six hits ... earned a 5.0 inning victory over Bradley allowing just two hits and two walks and struck out eight ... got a win vs. New Mexico, allowing just one hit in 3.0 innings and struck out six ... pitched one inning in relief against Seattle with two strikeouts ... picked up a 6-3 win over Bradley, allowed two earned runs on seven hits and struck out 10 in the complete game ... got the start at CSU and allowed three earned runs on seven hits in 4.0 innings and struck out six ... got the win over Virginia, allowing just one run on three hits with a career-high 12 strikeouts in the complete game ... got the complete game shutout vs. No. 23/23 Florida State allowing just three hits with eight strikeouts ... allowing just four hits and no earned runs with eight strikeouts in the complete game victory vs. No. 13/16 Georgia ... got the win in the complete game vs. Notre Dame, allowing two runs on four hits with one walk and six strikeouts ... pitched a great game against No. 2/1 Oklahoma allowing just two runs on six hits in 6.0 innings ... pitched a near-perfect game against UC Riverside allowing just one hit in the fifth inning of the 8-0 victory and striking out seven ... earned the start in the season-opener vs. St. Mary's ... pitched the complete game earning the win and allowed just two hits in the shutout with seven strikeouts ... earned the start in game one vs. No. 25/23 Hawai'i ... allowed three runs on six hits in 6.0 innings and struck out 10 ... was handed her fist loss of the season ... got the start in game two vs. UAB and allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits in 2.0 innings ... got the win in relief in the championship game vs. Hawai'i ... didn't allow a single base runner and struck out eight in 4.2 innings.

2012 (Sophomore): Second-Team All-Pac-12 Academic team ... went 10-6 in 28 appearances and 15 starts ... accumulated a 2.36 ERA in 104.0 innings and opposing batters hit just .220 ... threw four complete games, including an 11 strikeout, three hit shutout against North Dakota (3/10) ... struck out seven batters in a complete game shutout against Harvard in the NCAA Regionals ... lost a 2-0 pitchers' duel against California in the second game of the Super Regionals where she allowed two runs in six innings ... recorded consecutive saves against San Diego and Boise State (2/17, 2/18)... became the first Husky on the current roster to throw a no-hitter, doing so in a five-inning victory over Delaware in Stockton, Calif.

2011 (Freshman): Started in 10 of 13 appearances ... owned a 5.07 ERA with one complete game (vs. ASU, 5/8) and a 3-5 record ... pitched 40.0 innings, striking out 18 batters and only allowed four home runs ... owned a 1.000 fielding percentage with eight assists and one putout ... started six games in seven Pac-10 appearances with 22.0 innings pitched (second-most on team in Pac-10 games), striking out nine ... earned a win in her first appearance of the year, pitching 4.0 shutout innings of relief, allowing only one hit, and striking out three ... earned her first career start in the circle versus UMass in the Cathedral City Classic (2/26) ... picked up her second win of the season in an exciting extra-inning game at New Mexico, game one of a doubleheader (3/5) ... earned her fourth start of the year, pitching 3.0 innings, allowing just two hits, and barely missing out on the win in the team's 6-2 victory over Cal State Bakersfield (3/22) ... pitched a career-high four strikeouts versus Oregon in her fifth start of the season (4/2).

High School/Club: Attended La Quinta High School ... named 2010 DVL Player of the Year, 2010 First-Team All-CIF, captain of 2010 HS team, 2009 Second-Team All-CIF and First-Team All-DVL, Female Student-Athlete Award, Desert Sun Female Player of the Year, Citrus Belt Athlete of the Year ... her senior year stats include .06 ERA, .493 BA, .520 OBP, .710 slugging pct. ... pitched 117 innings in 16 games her senior year without giving up a run, pitching seven no-hitters and 261 strikeouts in 126 innings ... member of Minor's Gold club team ... also excelled academically as an AP Scholar with Honors, earned her IB Diploma, achieved the Chemistry Top Student Award, Ceramics Student of the Year, U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award, Math Top Student Award, Spanish Top Student Award, earned high honor roll all four years of high school, achieved top 10, and carried a 5.1 GPA.

Personal: Parents are Lee Walker and Karen Lopez ... has two brothers and a sister, Tony Lopez, Tim Kitsman and Rebecca Lopez ... hobbies include reading ... favorite athlete is Reggie Willits, a baseball player for the Anaheim Angels, "because he plays hard every game, everyday. He doesn't always get the chance to play but when he does, he gives it his all" ... most admires her sister Rebecca because "she is such a happy person and has worked to get everything she has. She can always make me laugh or smile."

Walker on Why Washington
"I chose Washington because it is the perfect combination of athletics and academics."

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