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Elizabeth Milian

Individual Accolades
• 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America University Division Third Team •
• 2010 Most Valuable Player, Mid-American Conference Tournament •
• 2010 MAC All-Tournament Team •
• 2010 NFCA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team •
• Two-time First Team All-MAC (2010-09) •
• Two-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V First Team (2010-09) •
• 2009 MAC Pitcher of the Year •
• 2009 Nan Harvey Sportswoman of the Year •
• 2009 NFCA All-Mideast Region First Team •
• Three-time Academic All-MAC (2010-09-08) •
• 2008 Second Team All-MAC •

Career Notes: Co-owns the top-spot for most career victories, 85, by a Mid-American Conference pitcher with Kent State's Kylie Reynolds . . . owns Ball State career records in appearances (162), games started (128), complete games (115), innings pitched (932.0), wins (85), strikeouts (762) and saves (8) . . . has set the following single season school records: games started (39 in 2010), wins (32 in 2010), strikeouts (306 in 2010) and saves (5 in 2008).

2010 MAC Tournament: Maintained a perfect 4-0 record on the mound after pitching all 28 innings for the Cardinals, including two shutouts . . . tallied a tournament leading 0.25 ERA and 40 strikeouts . . . gave up just 12 hits, two runs and zero walks . . . opponent's batting average was .125.

2010 (Sr.): Named the Mid-American Conference West Division Pitcher of the Week seven times (May 11, May 4, April 13, March 23, March 16March 2 and Feb. 23 ) . . . struck out 306 batters in 269.2 innings pitched . . . became the winningest pitcher in school history May 1 after pitching a 13-0 shutout against Western Michigan for her 78th career win . . . surpassed Bernie Coffman (1986-89) as the all-time career strikeout leader at Ball State after pitching the 629th strikeout of her career April 14 against Indiana . . . broke her own Ball State single season record for strikeouts against Bowling Green April 21 . . . finished with a 2.00 season ERA and a conference-leading 32-7 record which was the 15th best in the nation before post-season play . . . named the MAC Female Scholar Athlete of the Week May 22 and the Co-Female Scholar Athlete of the Week March 26 . . . recognized on ESPN.com, click HERE to read the story . . . selected as one of 30 candidates for the 2010 Lowe's Senior CLASS Award.

2009 (Jr.): Posted a 21-15 record . . . appeared in 39 games including 30 starts . . . posted 204 strikeouts, the most in a single season at BSU . . . tied for the most saves in a career with six at the university . . . second in the conference in wins (21), innings pitched (224.0) and complete games (27) . . . held opponents to a .214 batting average which ranked third in the MAC . . . struck out a career-high 14 batters against UNC Greensboro (Feb. 20) . . . won MAC West Division Pitcher of the Week honors three times, including back-to-back honors in April . . . at the plate, posted a .227 batting average with 25 hits and 12 RBI.

2008 (So.): MAC West Division Player of the Week (April 1) after hitting .500 (11-for-22) in back-to-back games against Akron with three doubles, two triples, one home run and six RBI . . . started 64 of 66 games she played . . . made 39 appearances on the mound with 29 starts as a pitcher . . . threw 27 complete games . . . posted three shutouts against IUPUI (April 9), Indiana (April 15) and Eastern Michigan (April 25) . . . finished the season with an 18-14 overall record and five saves, as well as a 2.38 ERA . . . with 18 wins, she was ranked fourth in the MAC, while the five saves led the league . . . ranked second on the team with 139 strikeouts, including a season-best nine strikeouts in three outings . . . worked a career-high 8.2 innings against MAC Champion Kent State (April 18) . . . ranked second in the MAC with 217.1 innings pitched . . . hit .212 on the year with 25 RBI and 14 runs scored . . . ranked second on the team with 10 doubles, while adding a team-best three triples . . . notched three home runs . . . recorded seven multiple-hit games, including a season-best three hits versus Akron (March 29) . . . posted seven multiple-RBI games, including three RBI on three occasions.

2007 (Fr.): Started all 56 games for the Cardinals . . . made 39 appearances on the mound for BSU including 26 complete games . . . posted an ERA of 2.66 with a team-high 14 wins and 113 strikeouts . . . hit .261 with nine doubles, two home runs and 25 RBI . . . recorded six of the Cardinals' eight MAC conference wins with an ERA of 3.61 . . . earned her first career win against St. Louis . . . threw a one-hit shutout to lead BSU to a 3-0 victory against Wisconsin . . . threw a one-hit shutout to defeat Indiana 8-0 in just six innings . . . recorded a then career-high eight strikeouts against North Dakota State . . . named MAC West Division Pitcher of the Week twice.

High School: Coached by Brad Hester and Mike Hobson at Grand Blanc . . . all-state pitcher as a senior . . . four-time letter winner in softball . . . four-time MVP . . . two-time captain . . . four time all-conference, all-district and all-region . . . all-state honorable mention as a junior. . . helped her team to the state D-1 final four as a senior with a .20 ERA and 0.477 batting average and five home runs . . . over her career, hit 58 doubles to rank third on Michigan's all-time career list . . . her career ERA of .39 ranks fifth on Michigan's all-time career list . . . played for Illinois Chill 18 ASA Gold for two years . . .seven ASA National appearances, finishing third in 2006 with 23-U Michigan Explorers, 17th in 2004 with 16-U Michigan Finesse and ninth with 10-U Oklahoma Storm . . . also lettered three times in volleyball . . . team captain . . . district champion . . . all conference (setter) . . . graduated first in her class at Grand Blanc with a perfect 4.0 grade point average . . . DAR Citizen Award, Math Student of the Year and Kiwanis Student Athlete of the Year.

Personal: Daughter of Ted and Sarah Milian . . . has one sister, Rebekah . . . full name is Elizabeth Milian . . . majoring in secondary mathematics education . . . owns a 3.97 cumulative grade-point average on Ball State's 4.0 scale.

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