|2014||Did Not Play|
Updated: May 19, 2014
2014: Played in 54 games, starting 47 at first base … Batted .254 with six doubles and five home runs … Drove in 13 runs and scored 13 runs … Drew 14 walks … Had seven multi-hit games … Had two game-winning hits and scored one game-winning run … Was second on the team with five sacrifice bunts.
2013: Transitioned to first base in the last third of the season and flourished there … Played in 39 games, starting 27 … Batted .265 with six doubles, a home run and 10 RBIs … Had 16 walks … Had a walk-off single to beat Radford and hit her first collegiate home run at Virginia on national television … Made five appearances in the circle, starting two games … Went 0-2 with a 5.48 ERA and nine strikeouts in 15.1 innings … Had five multi-hit games and three mulit-RBI games.
2012: Tech's No. 2 pitcher as a true freshman … Appeared in 26 games, starting 18 … Went 8-4 with a 3.38 ERA in 91.0 innings pitched … Recorded 56 strikeouts … Had three complete-game shutouts and one combines shutout … Had one save … Picked up a win over nationally ranked Florida State … Saw some action in right field … Hit .267 on the year with a double.
High School: Played at Battlefield High School for Coach Joe Schelzo … A two-time first-team all-state selection by the VHSCA … A two-time first-team All-Met selection by The Washington Post, including her senior season when she made it at third base … Through 22 games, hit .508 with 16 extra-base hits and went 7-0 with 0.17 ERA in the circle … The 2010 Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year … Hit over .570 as a junior and also contributed as a pitcher … Also lettered in volleyball … Played travel ball for Wagners Gold.
Personal: Bailey Latham Liddle … Born November 24, 1992 in Haymarket, VA … Daughter of Biff and the late Susan Liddle … Has an older brother, Joe, and an older sister, Courtney, who played softball at Virginia Tech and is now the volunteer assistant coach for the Hokies … Majoring in communication with an emphasis on public relations.