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2016 NFCA All-South Region Third Team
2016 LSWA All-Louisiana Honorable Mention2015 First Team All-SEC
2015 NFCA All-South Region Third Team
2015 LSWA All-Louisiana Honorable Mention
2014 Tiger Invitational All-Tournament Team
2014 LSWA All-Louisiana Honorable Mention
2013 All-SEC Freshman Team
SENIOR SEASON (2016)
Started all 70 games for LSU in her final season, making 40 starts at catcher and 30 as the designated player… Hit .279 on the season with 53 total hits, including 10 doubles, two triples and 10 home runs… Had 10 multi-hit games on the year, having two hits eight times, three hits once and four hits once… Had 55 RBIs and 33 runs scored, slugging .511, drawing 40 walks and having a .407 on-base percentage… Was third on the team with nine multi-RBI games, driving in two runs four times, three runs twice, four runs once and being one of two players on the year to drive in five-plus runs twice… Went on a nine-game hitting streak during the season, reaching base safely in 13 consecutive games on the year… Against Bethune Cookman, became the first LSU player in history to hit two grand slams in a game, while setting the new school record for RBIs in a single game with nine and scoring three times… Earned her second multi-home run game of the year against Illinois State, driving in six with two runs scored… Drove in three on two hits at home against Louisiana Tech… Drove in two on one hit against Tennessee Tech… Drilled a two-run home run in the finale of the series against Alabama… Became the first LSU player in program history to hit three home runs in a game, hitting two in the same inning, going 4-for-6 with four RBIs and four runs scored, while also setting the new school record for total bases in a game with 14 at Louisiana Tech… Went 2-for-3 with a double in the opener against Kentucky… Was 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored in the finale against Mississippi State… Was 2-for4 with three RBIs in game two against Arkansas… Drove in the game-winning run on her second hit of the day in the SEC tournament opener against Texas A&M.
JUNIOR SEASON (2015)
Played in all 66 games for LSU in her junior season, earning 49 starts at catcher and 17 starts as designated player… Finished the season catching each of the final 13 games of the year… Was named to the All-SEC team for the first time in her career, earning third team NFCA All-South Region honors and All-Louisiana honorable mention honors… Hit .317 on the year with 60 hits, slugging .582 with a .397 on-base percentage… Had 44 RBIs on the year and scored 42 times… Of her 60 hits, nine were for doubles, with one triple and a new individual season-best 13 home runs… Drew 24 walks with three sacrifice flies… Had eight multi-hit games on the year with five games of two hits and three games with three… Earned eight multi-RBI contests, driving in two runs four times, three runs three times and four runs once… Went on a career-best 11 game hitting streak during the year which was the third longest for any player on the season, while reaching base in 18 consecutive games which was also the third longest… Went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI against NC State… Went a perfect 3-for-3 with a home run, RBI and a run scored against Central Arkansas… Went 2-for-2 with three RBIs and a run scored, finishing a single short of the cycle in a win over Stephen F. Austin… Hit the go-ahead grand slam to give LSU the lead back in a 14-10 win in game two against Florida… Hit a three-run shot against Ole Miss in a win over the Rebels… Had the first multi-home run game of her career going 3-for-4 with three RBIs and a double at Tennessee… Went 2-for-2 with three runs scored and an RBI against Southeastern Louisiana. Hit the team’s final home run of the season in the Women’s College World Series opener against Auburn on her only hit of the day.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014)
Appeared in 50 games in her sophomore campaign, making 47 starts primarily as a catcher and designated player… Averaged .278 at the plate, finishing third on the team in home runs with nine, to go along with eight doubles in her 37 total hits on the season… Finished the season with a fielding percentage of .987 behind the dish… Was a perfect 3-for-3 in stolen bases… Slugged .541 with an on-base percentage of .377… Had 25 RBI on the season… Was one of four players to drive in four runs in a game this season, and one of two to drive in four in two games on the year… has nine multi-hit outings… Went 2-for-4 against Murray State with a double, RBI and two runs scored against the Racers (Feb. 8)… Hit a two-run bomb against Northwestern with a run scored (Feb. 14)… Had two hits against South Alabama (Feb. 15)… Opened the Penn State doubleheader with a 3-for-3 outing with an RBI and three runs scored with a home run (Feb. 17)… Was 2-for-4 in the finale against Penn State, with a double and an RBI (Feb. 17)… Had a monster day going 2-for-4 against Long Beach State where she had four RBI with two runs scored on a double and home run (Feb. 20)… Went 2-for-2 with two RBI and two runs scored in the shutout win over Jackson State (Feb. 28)… Hit the go-ahead two-run home run in the 5-3 comeback win over Northwestern State, going 2-for-3 with three RBI (March 4)… Hit her sixth home run of the season on a back-to-back in the series opener against Florida (March 14)… Hit seventh home run of the season in the series opener against the Crimson Tide (March 28)… Averaged a team-high .444 against Alabama during the series, earning four hits with an RBI and run scored with a .444 on-base percentage and slugging .778… Smacked a double in her only hit of the night against McNeese State (April 9)… Finished a triple short of the cycle in the finale against Georgia, matching season highs in hits with three including her eighth home run of the season, RBI with four and runs scored with three on a 3-for-3 outing (April 13)… Hit .444 on the week going 4-for-9 with two doubles a home run and four RBI against McNeese and Georgia. Had an on-base percentage of .545 and slugged 1.000… Scored twice in the SEC opener against South Carolina with an RBI (April 18)… Went 1-for-3 in the series opener against Ole Miss with an RBI and run scored (April 25)… Hit her eighth double of the year in a 1-for-3 outing against Mississippi State (May 2)… Hit her ninth home run of the season, driving in two and scoring twice in the finale against Ole Miss (April 27).
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013)
Totaled 41 appearances which included 36 starts split between catcher (27) and designated player (9) … Came away with a .250 batting average (26-for-104) to go along with five home runs and 25 RBIs … 13 of Kloss’ 26 hits on the season produced runs for the Tigers … Her five home runs were tied for third on the team … One of eight player to collect 20 or more RBIs … Her first career hit was a solo home run in the fifth inning of LSU’s 1-0 victory over Purdue (Feb. 8) … Was 1-for-2 with a RBI versus Hampton (Feb. 9) … Added a two-run homer as a pinch hitter at Ole Miss (Feb. 13) … Knocked a solo dinger and was the starting catcher for Rachele Fico’s no-hitter against Ohio State (Feb. 22) … Drove home a season’s best six RBIs fueled by a grand slam during the seventh inning of LSU’s 14-6 win over No. 14 Michigan (March 2) … The six RBIs were the most by a LSU player since Vanessa Soto versus Centenary during the 2007 season … Hit safely in both of her starts during the Kentucky (March 15 & 16) and South Carolina (March 23 & 24) series’ … Went 1-for-2 with two RBIs in game two against Georgia Southern (March 19) … Started 15 of LSU’s final 16 games (April 13-May 17) and opened the stretch with a RBI single at No. 10 Texas A&M (April 13) … Was 2-for-2 with a two-run single during an 8-0 win over No. 12 Missouri (April 20) … Belted a two-run homer off All-American Jackie Traina to open series against No. 4 Alabama (April 25) … Turned in her first career three-hit performance and tacked on two RBIs at Georgia (May 5) … Started all four games of the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional (May 17-19) making two starts at catcher and two starts at designated player … Tallied a RBI on a bases loaded walk versus Central Connecticut State (May 18) during an 11-0 elimination game victory.
Four-year letterwinner for Mark Campbell at Pacifica High School in California ... Team won Empire League Championship during all four seasons (2009-12) ... Earned All-Empire League Second-Team honors (2010 & 2012) in between an All-Empire League First-Team (2011) pick ... Secured 2011 Empire League Defensive MVP ... Participated in 2012 Orange Country vs. Riverside Country All-Star game ... Four-time honor roll recipient ... Plays travel ball for the SoCal Firecrackers, teammates with Sandra Simmons.
Daughter of Jim and Cristi Kloss ... Born on November 10, 1994 ... Has four siblings: Nathan (24), Connor (15), Keegan (13) and Carlii (9) ... Majoring in finance.