Series finale Sunday morning now set for 10 a.m. eastern
Aly Harrell drives in three runs, has 30 for the year
First pitch set for 1 p.m.
Jordan Colliflower moves hitting streak to 20 games
Aly Harrell hits two home runs and Colliflower increases hitting streak to 18 games
2017 All-Conference USA Second Team
2017 Conference USA Academic Medalist
2017 Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll
GP/GS: 54/54 … Nicknamed “Weezy” … Started every game in center in first season with the Herd … Known for making great reads off the bat and diving catches … Recorded 70 putouts in the outfield … Hit .288 with 34 hits, scored 30 runs and stole nine bases while hitting mostly in the nine spot in the lineup … Started the season with a four-game hitting streak … Recorded first career hit in first game versus Lipscomb (Feb. 10) at the Unconquered Invitational … Stole two bases in win over Furman (Feb. 10) … Went 2-for-3 in second contest against Lipscomb (Feb. 11) … Made spectacular diving catch at No. 3 Florida State (Feb. 12) taking away a base hit in shallow right-center … Had first of five multi-runs scored games versus Bethune Cookman (Feb. 17) with two … Stole two bases against Delaware State (March 5) in Herd’s program and conference record-setting day with 16 steals, one off the NCAA record set in 1994 … 2-for-3 with three runs scored in win at UNC Greensboro (March 21) … Was 2-for-2 with a run scored in home win over WKU (March 25) … Scored four total runs in series sweep over WKU … Had six-game run scoring streak that culminated in 2-for-2 performance with two runs scored against Morehead State (March 28) … Went 2-for-3 with a run scored in game three at Southern Miss (April 2) to help the Herd take the series … Hit first career double at home against Wright State (April 5) … Finished 2-for-2 with a walk, stolen base, one run and one RBI in win over Florida Atlantic (April 9) … Had great performance going 3-for-4 with two runs and two stolen bases in 8-3 win at Virginia Tech (April 21) … Had hits against Illinois (May 19) and DePaul (May 20) at the NCAA Regionals in Lexington.
Summer of 2016: Played at the Torneo Della Repubblica in Italy … Hit over .300 and collected 10 hits … Competed at the Women’s Softball World Championships in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada … First time French National team participated at the World Championship since 1994 … Hit .524 with 11 hits, scored four runs and four stolen bases over team’s six games.
Prior to Marshall: Attended Gulf Coast State College in Panama City, Fla. from 2014-16 … Hit .440 her sophomore season and led the Commodores with 77 hits and 52 stolen bases in 53 games … Ranked ninth nation in all of NJCAA in steals in 2016 … As a freshman hit .351 with 40 hits and 11 steals … Was only caught stealing three times in two seasons at Gulf Coast … Was named Second Team All-Panhandle freshman year … Named All-Conference, All-State and All-American as a sophomore … Has played with the French National Softball team since 2010 … Was named Best Outfielder at the European Cup in 2013 … Played one year in Canada with Quebec provincial team in 2013-14 and finished second at the Canada National Championships … Attended Lycee St. Exupery … Team finished second at the French Regional Championship.
Personal: Born Feb. 20, 1995 … Daughter of Robert Tribolet and Muriel Cuzzaini … Has one sibling, Bastien Tribolet (19) who is in France … Chose Marshall because, “I’ve always wanted to play Division 1, even before Gulf Coast but it was an amazing opportunity they gave me to play JUCO in Florida. Especially in the Panhandle Conference and I don’t regret it at all. But, when the time came to transfer, I was looking for a good school preferably D1, so Marshall sounded like a nice fit. I went to see the team play at Troy and really loved the way the coaches were interacting with the players and also the dynamic of the team. I just had a really great feeling about the team and when I came on my visit, I liked the campus and just knew Marshall would be a great fit for me, and it is.” … Major is exercise science.