23 Tiffany McDonald
McDonald's Career Stats
2007 ACC Academic Honor Roll Member
Moved from No. 10 to No. 6 in FSU all-time records books with 695 career strikeouts.
Ranked fourth all-time at FSU in saves with eight.
Ended the season ranked nationally for saves (tied 39th - 3).
Earned Second-Team All-ACC honors, the first of her career.
Among the ACC leaders in all nine categories, including tied for second in saves (3), third for shutouts (7) and fourth for strikeouts (7.80).
Has entered the FSU career charts for appearances (4th - 125), strikeouts (6th - 673) and innings (8th - 670.2).
Recorded the save in the second game of the doubleheader with Troy to set the Florida State career record at eight saves.
Had three wins over ranked teams: Washington (No. 12), Southern Illinois (No. 18) and Nebraska (No. 18).
Second in the conference with a 1.38 ERA and second during ACC games with an ERA of 1.23.
Tied an ACC record by throwing all 14 innings of the 4-2 victory over Maryland.
Recorded both of Florida State's victories during the ACC Tournament against North Carolina and Maryland.
Ranked second, behind tournament MVP Angela Tincher, during the ACC tournament with 20.2 innings pitched and 18 strikeouts.
2006 INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS:
Joined the British National Team for the summer as a guest pitcher. Competed in three events, including the World Cup of Softball.
Set the ACC and FSU single-season records with 329.1 innings pitched, second on both charts for single season appearances.
Second in the country with 57 appearances and 329.1 innings pitched.
Finished 10th nationally with 30 victories and in the top 20 with 312 strikeouts.
Had four saves, equaling the FSU single-season record and ranking her 13th in the country.
Named to ACC All-Tournament Team after posting a tourney-best three wins while throwing all 32 innings.
ACC leader in appearances, innings pitched, games started (42), complete games (39) and victories (30).
Third in the ACC with 312 strikeouts.
Was in the top five of nearly every pitching category during conference games.
Set the FSU sophomore record with 312 strikeouts, which ranked third on the FSU single-season charts.
Had seven wins over ranked teams.
Shutout then No. 10 Arizona State (3/16) 1-0 in 10 innings at the Judi Garmen Classic.
Originally set her career-best with 14 strikeouts.
Threw a three-hit shutout against No. 22 NC State (5/12) in the ACC Tournament, striking out 10 with no walks.
Notched a career-high with 19 strikeouts in nine innings against NC State (4/15).
Tossed a two-hit shutout to beat No. 24 Florida (4/9).
Got a pair of complete game victories over No. 25 Georgia Tech.
Struck out 10 or more batters six times.
Picked up victories over Coastal Carolina and No. 8 Georgia in the Athens Regional.
Posted a 1.75 ERA in 20.0 innings with 13 strikeouts during the regional.
ACC Co-Freshman of the Year.
Set a Florida State record for freshman pitchers with 158.2 innings pitched.
Pitched at least five innings on 19 occasions, struck out five or more in 16 games and allowed one earned run or less during 20 contests.
Ranked in the top 10 in the ACC of eight pitching categories, including fifth with four shutouts.
Threw a no hitter against Jacksonville (3/30) with seven strikeouts in five innings.
Named Sunshine State All-Tournament team after fanning 13 batters in 9.1 scoreless innings.
Picked up the victory in her first collegiate start, winning the season opener against Florida A&M (2/9) by giving up just one earned run in six innings of work.
Threw a complete-game shutout against Nicholls State, fanning six.
Tossed back-to-back complete games, including a 6-3 win over North Carolina (3/4) to start the year with a perfect 7-0 record.
Struck out nine during a complete game outing versus Syracuse (3/19) at the Kia Klassic.
Recorded her first collegiate save by throwing the last 2.2 innings of a 5-1 win over Florida A&M (4/20).
Sat down eight batters in back-to-back contests against Virginia (4/23) and Troy (5/1).
Led North Mason to the semifinals of the 3A state tournament and district championships as a senior.
Selected Class 3A MVP by area sportswriters.
As a junior, went 29-2 and was named 2A/3A Nisqually League MVP.
Pitched 165 innings, struck out 294 batters, threw 11 no hitters and had a miniscule ERA of 0.30 her senior year.
After posting a 12-2 record as freshman and being named First-Team All-League, missed her sophomore season due to injury.
Named Bremerton Sun Female Prep Athlete of the Year.
Also selected Seattle Times All-State, Tacoma News & Tribune First-Team All-Area and Player of the Week and NMHS's Wendy's Heismann Trophy Recipient.
First-Team Pierce County League and an All-Star team pitcher.
Member of the 18U Washington Heat that finished third at ASA state.
Went 6-2 at the Aurora Fireworks Tournament and her team was crowned Pacific Northwest Champions in 2003.
In 2002, participated in USSSA Nationals and finished third at ASA Gold Vancouver Tournament.
Born June 23, 1986.
Majoring in elementary education.
Daughter of Scott and Beth McDonald.
Innings Pitched: 14 (Maryland 3/31/07)
Strikeouts: 23 (Maryland 3/31/07)
Hits: 12 (Louisville 2/10/06)
Runs: 12 (Louisville 2/10/06)
Earned Runs: 12 (Louisville 2/10/06)
Walks: 9 (Troy 5/1/05)
Batters Faced: 57 (Maryland 3/31/07)
Hit By Pitch: 4 (Syracuse 3/19/05)
Wild Pitches: 2 (Florida A&M 2/9/05)
Home Runs: 4 (Michigan 3/18/06)