Kylan Becker

Kylan  Becker


Miami, Fla.

High School:
Coral Reef





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2018 (Junior): Became the first player in Ole Miss history to be selected to the United States National Team, competing for Team USA at the Japan All-Star Series in Tokyo ... Joined Elantra Cox as the only players in Rebel history to be tabbed to the USA Softball Top-50 Player of the Year Watchlist ... Was selected as a Preseason All-SEC honoree ... Garnered Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar laurels ... Appeared in 53 games, making 51 starts in center field ... Led the Rebels with a .329 batting average and a .407 on-base percentage ... Drew a team-high 19 walks ... Ranked second on the team with 29 runs and six doubles ... Chipped in 12 RBIs ... Stole succesfully on 17-of-21 attempts ... Registered a perfect fielding percentage on 63 chances ... Racked up 12 multi-hit games on the season ... Went 2-for-2 and reached in all four plate appearances against Texas in the opening game of the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge, scoring twice and driving in a run ... Followed with a 3-for-4 performance against Houston ... Hit safely in 3-of-4 at-bats against Tennessee Tech, recording two runs and an RBI ... Was a perfect 3-for-3 with a run and an RBI at Southeastern Louisiana ... Posted three singles and a double in the series finale against Auburn, registering a hit in all four at-bats ... Opened the NCAA Tempe Regional with a 3-for-3 day against Long Beach State, scoring a pair of runs and adding a walk and a steal.

2017 (Sophomore): NFCA All-South Region Third Team selection … Started in all but one contest … Second on the team with a .375 average, which ranked ninth-best in the SEC and sixth-best of any Ole Miss player in a season … Team’s leading hitter in league action (.338), 11th-best in the conference … 25 hits in league play, seventh-most of any SEC player … 28th in the country and sixth in the league in total hits (75), third-most of any Ole Miss player in a single season ... Became the first All-SEC First Team selection in school history … Second on the team with 22 multi-hit games and led with seven three-hit outings … Had seven multi-RBI games … Closed the year with a 14-game hitting streak, tied for second-longest in school history … Third on the team with 31 RBI … Had seven extra-base hits, including four triples, tied for second-most in a single season … 16-for-21 in stolen bases … Only player in the starting nine to finish error-free … Led the team with nine outfield assists, one of the top marks in the SEC … Hit a solo home run in the first game of the season, the first of her career … Named SEC Co-Player of the Week (5/2) after recording back-to-back walk-off hits over No. 13 Alabama to win the series … Finished with three triples in the final 11 games, including one in the middle game at Missouri to go 3-for-4 with two RBI … Named to the SEC All-Tournament Team after going 5-for-12 with two RBI and two runs … Had a career day in game one of the NCAA Oxford Regional, driving in five runs off an inside-the-park home run, and a bases-clearing triple … Went 5-for-10 on the weekend with three extra-base hits and six RBI … Also had a triple in the next game against Arizona State … Named an Ole Miss M-Club Student-Athlete of the Month for June 2016 … Named a 2016 Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete.

2016 (Freshman): Played in all but one game in her first collegiate season … Started 52 games at right field and hit .294 with seven RBI … Drew 14 walks and was 12-for-14 on the base paths … Only Rebel in the starting lineup all season not to commit an error … Hit .283 in SEC play with four RBI … Finished with six multi-hit games … Named SEC Freshman of the Week (5/2) after going 7-for-8 against UAB and No. 14 Georgia … Tabbed two hits in all three games against the Bulldogs, driving in the lone RBI in the 1-0 shutout … Got the last inning rally going against Arkansas (4/24), drawing a walk to begin the frame, and ending the game with another walk to score the game winner and complete the 4-run comeback … Second on the team with eight sacrifice bunts which ranked eighth in the SEC, and also put down three for hits … Led the outfield with five assists all year helping turn three double plays … Named to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll.

High School: First team all-state and First Team All-Dade County out of Coral Reef High School in Miami … As a sophomore, named All-Dade Player of the Year, team MVP, hitter of the year, first team all-state, helping lead her squad to the state championship … Earned the hitter of the year award as a junior after hitting .596 with seven home runs and 46 RBI … Tallied a .560 average with 38 stolen bases as a senior, helping her squad to a runner-up finish in the state championships … Named outfielder of the year in 2012 as just a freshman … Also competed in soccer, track and field and gymnastics … Two-time national champion in gymnastics in 2002 and 2003 … Named a U.S. First Team finalist in the 4x400 in 2011, and finished fifth in hurdles.

Club Team: Played for the Miami Stringrays 18U Gold, hitting .505 in the summer of 2015 … Helped the Stingrays to a fourth-place finish in the 16U tournament in 2012, and seventh-place finishes in 2013 and 2014 in the 18U Gold tournament.

Personal: Full name is Kylan Angel Becker … Born Dec. 20, 1996 … Daughter of Maggi and Chip Becker … Has one brother, Charlie … Cousin played Division I baseball and minor league baseball … Majoring in exercise science.





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