Oli Keohohou Athlete Profile

#15 Oli Keohohou

Oli Keohohou
Position: Outfielder Height: 5-5 Roster Years: 2001-2003 Hometown: Newbury Park, CA



All-America

  • 2003 Easton First Team
  • 2003 NFCA First Team
  • 2003 First Team West All-Region
  • 2002 First Team NCFA All-America selection
  • 2002 First Team West All-Region
  • 2001 NFCA First Team
  • 2001 All-West Region first team selection


Conference Honors

  • 2003 Mountain West Conference Co-Player of the Year
  • 2003 All-MWC
  • 2002 All-MWC Selection
  • 2001 Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year
  • 2001 All-MWC selection

Career Summary

Oli Keohohou was one of the top 20 players in the nation during her time at BYU. She was a three-time NFCA All-American First Team outfielder. Additionally, she holds virtually every school and conference batting record, along with marking herself in some of the NCAA record books. At BYU, she is first in batting average for a career and season, career and season on-base percentage, slugging percentage in a career and season, and career and season walks. She also holds NCAA records for walks in a game (tied for first), career slugging percentage (second with .921), intentional walks in a season (fifth with 24), and career walks (sixth with 227). In 2001, she led BYU to its first conference championship, winning the Mountain West Conference, and pushed the Cougars to their first NCAA Regional appearance. She was All-MWC in all three of her seasons, along with MWC Freshman of the Year in 2001 and MWC Player of the Year in 2003. In 2001, she led the nation in batting average (.485) and slugging percentage (.993).

Professional

  • Drafted by the Akron Racers in the fourth round of the 2005 NPF draft
  • Played in the NPF from 2005-09
  • Won the 2005 Cowles Cup Championship with the Racers
  • Reached the NPF Championship Series in 2005, 2008 and 2009

Personal

  • Parents are Gary and Marisa
  • Has two brothers, Alii and Kamana, and one sister, Jante
  • Majored in recreation management and youth leadership

Before BYU

  • High School Player of the Year at Newbury High School
  • Marmonte League Offensive Player of the Year
  • Cal Hi Sports All-state team
  • First team All-CIF
  • LA Times Ventura County All-star
  • Thousand Oaks Star All-county team
  • Daily News All-star
  • Second team All-American as a member on Gordon's Panthers 18U Gold team, 2000
  • LA Times Ventura County Player of the Year
  • Ventura County Star Player of the Year
  • Ventura Coaches Player of the Year
  • League MVP
  • First team All-CIF
  • CIF record for triples in a career
  • First team All-American as a member of Gordon's Panthers 18U Gold team, which finished second at the ASA Nationals, 1999
  • Tied CIF record for triples in a single season
  • Daily News all-Area team
  • LA Times Ventura County All-star

Stats

YEAR   AVG   AB   R   H  2B  3B   HR  RBI    TB   SLG%   BB   OB%  IBB
2001  .458  144  70  66   8   3   21   60   143   .993   73  .636   21
2002  .422  128  54  54   6   0   18   46   114   .891   67  .619   24 
2003  .426  129  58  55  10   3   20   47   131  1.016   60  .609   18 
TOTAL .436  401 182 175  24   6   59  153   388   .968  200         63


2001 | Freshman Year

  • First-team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-America selection
  • Finalist for Honda Sports Award as nation's top collegiate softball player
  • All-West Region first team selection
  • Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year
  • All-MWC selection
  • MWC Tournament selection
  • MWC Player of the Week March 6 and May 1
  • Led the nation with a .458 average and a .993 slugging percentage
  • Had 66 hits, including eight doubles and three triples
  • Fourth in the nation with 21 home runs and 70 runs scored
  • 10th in the country with 60 RBI, averaging one per game
  • Third in the country with 73 walks in 144 at-bats
  • Had a .636 on-base percentage

2002 | Sophomore Year

  • First-team NCFA All-America selection
  • Invited to try-out for the National USA Softball team in the off-season
  • First-team West All-Region
  • Selected as one of the top 25 finalists to win the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award
  • Finished second in the nation in slugging percentage (.891), home runs (18) and walks (67)
  • Finished 15th in the country in batting average (.422) and 23rd in RBI (46)
  • All-MWC Selection
  • MWC Player of the Week on Mar. 26 with her home run to seal a win against No. 2 Stanford
  • MWC Player of the Week on April 16
  • Led the MWC in several categories including batting average (.422), runs (54), hits (54), home runs (18), slugging percentage (.891), walks (67) and on-base percentage (.619)
  • Named to the Speedline Invitational All-Tournament Team in Florida on Mar. 10
  • Received the Cougar Club Crowd Pleaser Award
  • Played five differen positions and tallied .956 fielding percentage

2003 | Junior Year

  • First-team NFCA/Easton All-America selection
  • First-team West All-Region
  • Named Mountain West Conference Co-Player of the Year
  • All-MWC
  • Softball West/Akadema Collegiate Player of the Year Finalist
  • Selected as one of the top 25 finalists to win the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award
  • Finished second in the nation in home runs with 20 (0.38 per game)
  • Led the MWC in several categories including batting average, runs, home runs, slugging percentage, walks and on-base percentage
  • Named MWC Player of the Week on April 8 and 22
  • Named to the New Mexico State All-Tournament Team
  • BYU Most Valuable Player voted on by the team and coaches
  • Broke her 2001 BYU record 19-game hitting streak with a 20-game hitting streak