|High School:||Westfield High School|
2011: Logged the most appearances by a Lady Cougar over the season, stepping into the circle 25 times starting 19 of the 25 times...Registered a shutout in the second game of the year against PBC foe Georgia Southwestern...Tossed 8 complete games over the course of the season...Recorded 58 strikeouts over 116.2 innings...Batted .314 (11/35) with a homerun against Benedict.
2010: Logged 61 innings as a pitcher while posting a record of 3-4 with an era of 3.79...Went 6.0 innings allowing five hits and two earned runs with five strikeouts at Erskine (3/9)...Earned a win with seven strong innings at Georgia Southwestern (4/7) with eight strikeouts while only allowing one earned run...Hit .273 appearing in 14 games as a hitter...Went two for three with one double vs. Georgia Southwestern (3/24)....Went one for three with one run batted in vs. Fort Valley State (3/26)
High School: Graduate of the Westfield High School in Perry, GA...Played Five years at Westfield, Four years for Rodney Culverhouse and one year for Julie Brooker...Led her team to Five Region Championships and Five Final Four appearances with a State Title in 2006...Was a GISA All-State selection in '06, '07, & '08...Named GISA Region 3AAA Player of the Year for three consecutive years (06-08)...Was the starting pitcher for the GISA All-Star game in her senior year...Pitched 11 shutouts her senior season with 10 in a row...breaking a school record
Personal: Daughter of Phil and Lisa Gilliam...Likes fishing in the flats, going to the beach, and mudbogging in her spare time...Enjoys eating Italian food...Would like to go deep sea fishing one day...Favorite movie is The Waterboy...Favorite actor is Adam Sandler and favorite actress is Tina Fey...Lists Cat Osterman as her role model in sports...Brian McCann is her favorite pro athlete...If she had a million dollars she would donate it along with her time to animal rescue...Her travel ball coach Jeff Pope and her Dad have had the most influence on her life...Lists her Mom as her hero...Her most memorable sports moment was pitching five games in one day to win the State Championship in 2006.