Erika Quint
 Erika Quint
Position:
Student Assistant Coach


12/21/2011

2011 - Another unforgettable year for Viking Athletics!

Brown and Porter end magnificent careers on brilliant notes, seventh straight national championship for women's rowers

In first year as student assistant coach at WWU.

COLLEGE: First-team Daktronics and second-team National Fastpitch Coaches Association West Region all-star and Great Northwest Athlete Conference Pitcher of the Year as senior in 2011 ... Unanimous first-team GNAC all-star .... Five-time GNAC Pitcher of the Week ... MSUB Desert Stinger and CSUS Tournament of Champions all-tourney pick ... Ranked 10th nationally in NCAA II in both win and strikeouts ... Had 28-7 record with 2.09 earned run average, 7 shutouts and 21 complete games ... Ranked among top 10 GNAC career leaders in strikeouts per seven innings (3rd, 8.08), strikeouts (5th, 438), opponent batting average (5th, .212), won-lost percentage (7th, 39-16, .709), shutouts (8th, 10) and wins (9th, 39) ... Established GNAC season records for 10-strikeout games (12), strikeouts (290) and consecutive wins to begin season (19) ... Set nine school records, including season marks for wins (28), innings pitched (234-2/3), strikeouts (290), consecutive wins (19), appearances (42), games started (34), games with 10 or more strikeouts (12), consecutive scoreless innings (22-1/3), and game standard for strikeouts (16) ... Committed just 2 errors in 45 chances (.956 fielding avg.) ... First-team GNAC all-star as junior in 2010 ... Led team with 2.66 earned run average and 148 strikeouts, third-highest total in school history ... Posted 11-9 record, winning six straight decisions during one stretch, and worked 144-2/3 innings ... Struck out 12 in 4-1/3 innings of relief vs. Cal State Stanislaus on 3/26/10 ... Pitched one-hit, seven-inning shutout win vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills on 3/27/10 ... GNAC Pitcher of the Week ... Committed 1 error in 38 chances (31 assists - .974) ... Two letters... Transfer from Olympic CC ... Twice first-team NWAACC all-Northern Region choice and NWAACC all-tourney pick for Rangers, helping them place fourth at NWAACC post-season tournament as sophomore and third as freshman ... Hit .415 as sophomore (44-for-106) with 32 runs scored, 20 runs batted in and 14 doubles ... NWAACC North Division Pitcher of the Year and OCC Female Athlete of the Year in 2007-08 ... Had 16-7 record with 1.57 earned run average and 173 strikeouts ... Threw two no-hitters, one a perfect game.

College: First-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as junior in 2010 ... Led team with 2.66 earned run average and 148 strikeouts, third-highest total in school history ... Posted 11-9 record, winning six straight decisions during one stretch, and worked 144-2/3 innings ... Struck out 12 in 4-1/3 innings of relief vs. Cal State Stanislaus on 3/26/10 ... Pitched one-hit, seven-inning shutout win vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills on 3/27/10 ... GNAC Pitcher of the Week ... Committed 1 error in 38 chances (31 assists) for .974 fielding percentage ... One letter... Transfer from Olympic CC ... Twice first-team NWAACC all-Northern Region choice and NWAACC all-tourney pick for Rangers, helping them place fourth at NWAACC post-season tournament as sophomore and third as freshman ... Hit .415 as sophomore (44-for-106) with 32 runs scored, 20 runs batted in and 14 doubles ... NWAACC North Division Pitcher of the Year and OCC Female Athlete of the Year in 2007-08 ... Had 16-7 record with 1.57 earned run average and 173 strikeouts ... Threw two no-hitters, one a perfect game.

HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention Seattle Times all-State as senior at Central Kitsap High School ... Three-time all-Narrows League pick, earning MVP honors as junior ... Helped Cougars to state tournament as senior, league titles as junior and senior and three district playoff appearances ... Team MVP and letter winner all three years.

PERSONAL: Major is kinesiology, health and fitness ... Her sister, Jackie, was softball pitcher at Western, setting school career records for wins (48), complete games (68), innings pitched (601-1/3) and strikeouts (478); and being named GNAC Pitcher of the Year in 2007.