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Aliyah Andrews

Sports Administration
Aliyah Andrews


Aliyah graduated in December 2019 (completed undergraduate degree 3.5 years) and was named to the 2019 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll. She also picked up a spot on the 2018 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll and 2017 SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll. She was on the AD Honor Roll in Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Spring 2019, Fall 2019 and was a member of the Dean’s List in Fall 2017 and Spring 2018.


Andrews has extremely high standards for herself. She is always challenging herself to be better, which raises the level of everyone around her. She constantly sets the example for hard work on our team. She is often the first one to the field and the last one to leave. She has extremely high goals and is willing to do the work to achieve them. She operates on a very solid set of morals and values in all that she does. As the daughter of a judge and with goals to be a lawyer herself, she knows what is right and expects nothing less from herself.


She has enjoyed playing Bingo at a local senior residence during her time at LSU. She also participated in a fashion show for the residents. She continues to volunteer at a local children’s museum and has volunteered at youth softball practices, clinics, and trick-or-treat festivities.


Andrews broke the single-season stolen base record in the 2019 season with a total of 47 on the year. She is a two-time All-SEC Second-Team selection and two-time SEC Defensive selection. She was named to the 2020 Preseason All-SEC team and was named to the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Top 50 Watch List. Last season, she started every game in center field and led off for the team. She hit .358 with a team-leading 61 runs scored and 73 hits. She had a .980 fielding percentage with 94 putouts and 3 assists. In her career, she is hitting .342 at the plate and has a .977 fielding percentage. She owns 100 stolen bases in three seasons, which is third on the program’s all-time list for stolen bases in a career. She has scored 126 times and tallied 187 hits in three years.