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Angeline Quiocho Athlete Profile

#33 Angeline Quiocho

Angeline Quiocho
Position: Third Base Height: 5-9 Roster Years: 2007-2010 Hometown: Walnut, CA



National Honors

  • 2010 NFCA/Louisville Slugger Pacific All-Region First Team
  • 2009 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Region
  • 2008 Louisville Slugger First Team All-West Region


All-America

  • 2010 NFCA/Louisville Slugger Pacific All-Region First Team
  • 2009 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Region


Conference Honors

  • 2010 Mountain West Conference Player of the Year
  • 2010 Mountain West All-Conference First Team
  • 2009 All-MWC
  • 2008 All-MWC
  • 2007 All-MWC

Career Summary

Angeline Quiocho had a stellar career at BYU at third base. She was a key contributor in all four of her seasons, but in her senior season in 2010, she exploded at the plate, ranking in the top 10 in multiple NCAA categories while breaking countless BYU and Mountain West Conference records. That successful season helped push the Cougars to their first trip to NCAA Super Regionals. From 2008 to 2010, Quiocho was named to an all-region team. See the season summary tabs for a more detailed look into her career, including the many NCAA, MWC and BYU records she broke during her time as a Cougar.

Personal

  • Parents are Ernie and Noela Quiocho
  • Attended Walnut High School
  • MVP and all-league in volleyball in high school
  • Favorite movie is Grease
  • Cousin Jessica Purcell-Fitu was also on the BYU softball team
  • Has one younger brother and two younger sisters

Before BYU

  • Four-time All-League selection out of Walnut HS
  • Three-time All-Area
  • One-time First-Team All-CIF
  • One-time Second-Team all-CIF
  • Softball MVP, offensive and defensive MVP and athlete of the year


2007 | Freshman Year

  • Hit a two-run homer in her first collegiate at-bat against Utah State at the Red Desert Classic in St. George, Utah
  • Led the team with 15 stolen bases, five shy of the Cougars' single-season record set by Lindsey Hodgen-Kelly in 2000
  • Only two multiple stolen base games came against University of Illinois-Chicago (2) on Feb. 24 and Utah Valley State (2) on May 1
  • Started all 60 games she appeared in
  • Led the team with 48 runs off of 56 total hits
  • Named to MWC All-Conference Team
  • Was named MWC Player of the Week for the weeks of April 24 and May 8

2008 | Sophomore Year

  • Batted a career-high .375 with 43 RBI, 9 doubles and 18 home runs
  • Named MWC Player of the Week on April 15 after hit a game-winning solo homer against San Diego State in the bottom of the ninth inning on April 12
  • Belted back-to-back homers on April 12 against Utah Valley for a total of four RBI
  • Went 3-for-4 against UNLV on April 26 with four RBI
  • Had four games with multiple home runs
  • Was intentionally walked five times
  • Named All-MWC and Louisville Slugger First Team All-West Region

2009 | Junior Year

  • Ranked nationally in runs per game (29th) and batting average (35th)
  • MWC player of the week March 30-April 4
  • Has 19 multiple hit games and 9 multiple RBI games
  • Made the transition from third base to center field
  • Raised batting average from .240 to .416 with three hitting streaks of five games or more
  • Longest hitting streak was 9 games in a row
  • Got at least one hit in 36 out of 47 games
  • Three-time All-MWC selection
  • Selected to the region team by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association

2010 | Senior Year

  • Started all 59 games
  • Mountain West Conference Player of the Year
  • Mountain West All-Conference First Team
  • NFCA/Louisville Slugger Pacific All-Region First Team
  • BYU Softball MVP
  • Averaged 0.47 home runs per game, good for 1st in the NCAA and 4th all-time in the NCAA record books for best average in a season
  • Also finished 1st in the NCAA in RBI per game with an average of 1.53, the best mark in a season in Division I since 1998, good for 1st all-time in a season in BYU history and tied for 9th in NCAA history
  • Finished 1st in the nation with 90 RBI (second place had 10 fewer RBI in five more games), good for 10th-most in NCAA history .
  • Slugging percentage was also 3rd best in the NCAA and the 22nd-best average in NCAA history
  • Finished second in the NCAA in runs per game (1.29), the best mark in Division I since 2001, and third in home runs (28) and total bases (173)
  • Her 28 home runs is tied for 8th-most in a season in NCAA history and 4th-most for a senior
  • Was first in the MWC in home runs (28), runs (76), walks (35), RBI (90), total bases (173), slugging percentage (.956) and on-base percentage (.498)
  • Second in the MWC in hits (73) and batting average (.403) and had 2010 MWC game highs of 3 home runs, 12 total bases and 4 walks
  • Led the league with 25 multiple-RBI games and was second in the league with 22 multiple-hit games
  • Ends career atop the MWC career record books in home runs (66), runs (215), hits (265) and total bases (518)
  • Also finished second in RBI (201), batting average (.382), slugging percentage (.747), runs per game (0.93) and total bases per game (2.25) in the MWC career record books
  • In the MWC career records, sits at third in home runs per game (0.29), fourth in RBI per game (0.87), sixth in at-bats (693) and hits per game (1.15), seventh in on-base percentage (.454), tied for ninth in games started (230) and tenth in walks (92) and stolen bases (45)
  • Set MWC season records with 28 home runs, 76 runs, 90 RBI
  • Finished second with a .956 slugging percentage, 173 total bases (MWC senior record) and sixth in on-base percentage at .498 (MWC senior record) in the MWC season record books
  • Only player in BYU and MWC history to hit three home runs in a game twice after hitting three against Utah Valley in '09 and UNLV in '10
  • BYU season records set include runs, home runs, RBI and total bases along with the third-best slugging percentage and fifth-best on-base percentage
  • Finishes atop the BYU career records in at bats, hits, runs, home runs, stolen bases and total bases while also finishing second in RBI, second in slugging percentage, third in doubles and third in triples in the BYU career records
  • Had 2 hits, including her first triple of the season, adding 1 run and 1 RBI against East Carolina in the NCAA Regional championship
  • Hit a grand slam in the fifth inning against Texas in the NCAA Regional, going 1-for-2 with 5 RBI, 1 walk and 1 run
  • Hit a 3-run home run in the seventh inning at UNLV, adding 2 other runs on 4 walks
  • Tied a BYU record with 3 home runs in a game, also passing the school record for home runs in a season at UNLV (5/7), including a 3-run homer in the third inning, a 2-run homer in the fifth and a solo shot in the seventh to tie the game, finishing 3-for-4 with 3 runs, 6 RBI and a walk
  • Hit a 2-run double in the first of two games against Southern Utah (5/4), going 2-for-4 with 3 RBI and 1 run before going 2-for-5 with 6 RBI and 3 runs after hitting two homers in game two
  • Against New Mexico (4/30), hit 3-for-4 with 3 RBI, 2 runs and 1 stolen base
  • Hit a 1-run double in the first game and hit home runs in back-to-back at bats, the first a grand slam, for 2 runs and 6 RBI in the second game of a doubleheader against Idaho State (4/27)
  • Hit first career grand slam at UVU (4/13), finishing with 1 hit, 1 run, 4 RBI and 2 walks
  • Hit a home run, going 2-for-4 with 3 RBI and 1 run versus Loyola Marymount (4/3)
  • Hit 3-for-3 with 3 RBI, 3 runs, 1 walk and a home run against Monmouth (3/6)
  • Hit a single, a double and a home run at No. 19 Texas A&M (3/4) with 2 RBI, 2 runs and 1 walk
  • Knocked 2 doubles and went 4-for-4 against Cal State Fullerton (2/22), scoring 3 runs with 1 RBI and 1 walk
  • Hit 3-for-5 with a double and a home run against San Jose State (2/11), finishing with 2 RBI and 1 run