3 Andriana Collins
3 Andriana Collins
Birth Date: 03/16/1992
Height: 5-6
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fairfield, Calif.
High School: Rodriguez HS
Position: Pitcher



2013 Golden Eagle Award Winner

2013 Big West All-Academic Team

2013: As a junior, Collins took the mound 29 times, starting 11 of those games…Compiled a 5-4 record in 77 innings pitched with a 4.36 ERA…Had 1 complete game against Weber State on March 10th, as well as 1 save…Struck out 43 batters while only walking 16…Assisted in 25 plays with a .926 fielding percentage…Allowed just 1 hit in her first start of the season, a win over Mississippi Valley State…Once again took home UCSB’s Golden Eagle Award as well as Big West All-Academic Honors.

2012 Golden Eagle Award Winner
2012 Big West All-Academic Team
2012: In her sophomore campaign, Collins made 30 appearances in the circle, with 21 starts...Logged a total of 119.1 innings, accumulating a 6-14 record with a 3.70 ERA...First win came in a 6-1 victory over then-ranked No. 23 Houston (Feb. 23)...Allowed just one run in complete game victories against Houston (Feb. 23) and Radford (Mar. 4)...Tossed 71 strikeouts...Had a season-best eight strikeouts against BYU (Feb. 11)...Allowed zero earned runs in seven of her appearances...Academic accolades included UCSB's Golden Eagle Award, Big West All-Academic Team and was a member of National Society of Collegiate Scholars.

2011 NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete
2011: Made 31 appearances in the circle for UCSB, starting 24 games…She accumulated a 12-12 record with a 3.70 ERA…Was second on the squad with 149.1 innings pitched…Led the Gaucho pitching staff with 89 strikeouts and four shutouts…Opened the season with a 4-0 record, posting consecutive wins over Western Kentucky (Feb. 11), Wichita State (Feb. 12), Seattle (Feb. 13) and Howard (Feb. 18), the latter two were shutouts…Also blanked Oregon State (Mar. 4) and Wisconsin (Mar. 12)…Had a season-best nine strikeouts in a 4-1 win over South Dakota (April 4)…Limited national powerhouse Tennessee to just two runs (Feb. 24)…Earned several academic honors including NFCA All-America Scholar Athlete, National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Dean List accolades.  

Played at Rodriguez High School under coach Tracy Cordes...Was a four-year letterwinner for the Mustangs...Earned four consecutive All-SCAC First Team honors and was a three time All-City First Team pick...Twice earned Pitcher of the Year honors...Earned Louisville Slugger/NFCA Third Team All-American honors as a junior after earning First Team All-West Region accolades...Was a Second Team All-West Region pick as a senior and named to the ESPN All-State Second Team...Earned ESPN All-State First Team honors in 2009...Was named to the Sac-Joaquin Section All-Star team in 2010...Was the Mustangs co-MVP in 2008...Helped Rodriguez HS set records for consecutive home wins and longest winning streak...Is also the winningest pitcher in school history...Helped lead the Mustangs to three SCAC League Championships, the 2009 Sac-Joaquin Section CIF Division III title and second place in the section in 2010...Rodriguez placed in the top-eight at the 2009 and 2010 National Nike Faster to First Tournament...Tossed three perfect games and eight no-hitters...Batted .353 and posted a 0.74 ERA as a senior...Posted a 15-0 conference record and a 24-6-1 overall record in 2010 while tossing 168 innings with 208 strikeouts...As a junior, she batted .373 and posted a 0.59 ERA...Had a 14-1 conference record and 21-7 overall record in 2009 while tossing 131 innings and recording 163 strikeouts...Also competed in tennis and volleyball...Helped the Mustangs to a SCAC League title in tennis...Was a four-time Scholar Athlete and three-year member of the National Honor Society…Earned Louisville Slugger/NFCA High School Academic All-American honrs in 2009, was a California Merit Scholar and a 2010 United States Marine Corps Distinguished Scholar Athlete…Was also a Principal's List honoree. 


Played for Sorcerer Softball with which she made eight-consecutive ASA "A" National Tournament appearances.


Andriana Nicole Collins was born on March 16, 1992 in Vallejo, Calif....Parents are Ray Collins and Babette Williams...Grew up in Fairfield, Calf....Nicknamed "AC" and "Andri"...Is majoring in communications at UCSB…Has aspirations of attending UCLA Law School and pursuing a career in entertainment and/or sports law…Is a member of UCSB's Sports and Entertainment Collective and KCSB Sports Radio…If she didn't play softball (and had a couple extra inches of height), she would play volleyball...Her favorite athlete is Cat Osterman...Names winning Rodriguez High School's first SCAC league championship and Sac-Joaquin Section title as her most memorable sporting moments...Enjoys watching "The Hangover," "Bad News Bears," and "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man"...Favorite television shows are "90210," "The Bad Girls Club," and "Pretty Little Liars"...Favorite aspects of UCSB are the beautiful location, the weather and the friendly vibe of the community...Wears specific colored ribbons on game day as a matter of superstition in addition to avoiding chalk lines and wiping the pitching rubber with her cleat every batter…Names Keilani Rickets (Oklahoma) as the best player she has ever faced. 

Innings Pitched9.0vs. UNLV3/11/11
Strikeouts9vs. South Dakota4/4/11
Walks6vs. UNLV3/11/11
Hits14vs. Stanford3/5/11
Runs12twice2/11/12 - most recent
Earned Runs11at UCLA
Hit Batters3vs. BYU2/11/12


Totals 3.8690