Head Coach Allora Miller
Allora Miller is entering her third season at Hill College.
Miller comes to Hill from NCAA Division II, Northwestern Oklahoma State University where she served as the Assistant Coach from 2017-2020.
In her first season with the Lady Rangers in 2017 she saw two Great American Conference Honorable Mention Accolades. In the 2018 season, her staff received two conference pitcher of the week awards, GAC Honorable Mention, All-Conference Second Team, 10 GAC All-Academic Honors, 8 Division II Athletic Directors Association Academic awards, 9 Easton/NFCA Scholar-Athletes, and a team GPA of 3.3 - ranking high in Division II athletics teams across the country. The 2019 season lead to a Great American Conference Freshman of the Week award, two GAC Honorable Mention recipients, 4 of the first members of the Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society (including the elected president), 14 Easton/NFCA All-American Scholar-Athletes, and a team GPA of 3.28 earning the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Scholar Team of the Year award. With the 2020 season cut short due to COVID-19, two athletes still earned an induction into the Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society, 14 GAC All-Academic Honors, and a final team GPA of 3.32.
Over four seasons, she has collected over 350+ community service hours for her team.
Prior to joining her alma mater, Miller spent time coaching and playing professionally oversees in the Austrian Softball League. In her first season, the team collected the first two wins since the program restarted. In her second season, the team finished second in the league and their first league tournament appearance, two golden glove awards, and the development of a younger league.
Allora joined Northwestern Oklahoma State University in 2012. She was the first NCAA Division II class for Northwestern during the transition from NAIA. She received two Great American Conference Pitcher of the Week awards and her first Collegiate No-Hitter. Prior to transferring to Northwestern, Miller attended NJCAA Division I National Champions, Miami Dade College where they achieved first place in the Conference and State Tournament, and placed 4th at the NJCAA Division I Nationals in St. George, Utah.
Miller graduated from Riverdale High School in Fort Myers, Florida in 2010. She received her Associate of Arts Degree in 2012 from Miami Dade College, her Bachelor of Science in 2018 from Northwestern Oklahoma State University, and continued on to get her Masters of Adult Education and Athletic Administration Degree in 2020.
|1||Kelsey Creech||OF||5'5"||SO||Hillsboro, TX (Hillsboro)||R/R|
|5'0"||R. FR||Copperas Cove, TX (Copperas Cove)||R/R|
|3||Katy McGowan||RHP||5'5"||FR||Fort Worth, TX (Boswell)||R/R|
|4||RoseAmber Gloria||OF||5'4"||FR||Grand Prairie, TX (South Grand Prairie)||R/R|
|5||Tori Fowler||OF||5'3"||FR||Red Oak, TX (Red Oak)||R/R|
|6||Regan Burleson||UT||5'3"||SO||LaVernia, TX (LaVernia)||S/R|
|7||Karolyn Carter||P/1B||5'5"||FR||Needville, TX (Needville)||R/R|
|8||Alyssa Waller||OF||5'1"||SO||Celina, TX (Celina)||L/R|
|9||Mallory Stone||MINF||5'4"||R. FR||Grand Prairie, TX (South Grand Prairie)||R/R|
|10||Chloe Randall||P||6'0"||R. FR||Arlington, TX (James Martin)||R/R|
|11||Michelle Macias||OF||5'4"||FR||The Woodlands, TX (College Park)||R/R|
|12||Bentleigh Inocencio||SS/OF||5'4"||FR||Burleson, TX (Burleson)||R/R|
|13||Brianna Trevino||2B/3B||5'4"||FR||Burleson, TX (Burleson)||R/R|
|14||Jayce Bolin||UT||5'3"||SO||Krum, TX (Krum)||R/R|
|15||Reagyn Trahan||3B/C||5'3"||FR||Thorndale, TX (Thorndale)||R/R|
|16||Hannah King||INF||5'3"||SO||Midlothian, TX (Midlothian)||R/R|
|17||Victoria Gonzalez||INF||5'0"||SO||Cleburne, TX (Cleburne)||R/R|
|18||Eileigh Whyte||P/1B||5'7"||SO||Round Rock, TX (Westwood)||L/L|
|19||Carly Cox||1B||5'4"||FR||Mansfield, TX (Mansfield Legacy)||L/L|
|20||Bailey Hernandez||OF||5'6"||FR||Mission, TX (Mission)||R/R|
|21||Mackenzie Duckworth||C||5'9"||SO||Allen, TX (Allen)||R/R|
|22||Catalina Sanchez||3B/P||5'5"||FR||Glen Rose, TX (Glen Rose)||R/R|
|23||Celeste Cisneros||MINF/3B||5'2"||FR||Buda, TX (Johnson)||R/R|
|24||McKenna Meadors||P/1B||6'0"||SO||Montgomery, TX (The Woodlands Christian Academy)||R/R|
|28||Josie Glaze||C/1B||5'6"||FR||Arlington, TX (James Martin)||R/R|
|September 10, 2022||Round Robin||Hillsboro, TX|
|September 18, 2022||Temple College Round Robin||Temple, TX|
|September 24, 2022||University of Mary-Hardin Baylor||Belton, TX|
|October 1, 2022||Our Lady of the Lake University||San Antonio, TX|
|October 8, 2022||Southwestern University||Georgetown, TX|
|October 20, 2022||Texas A&M Commerce||Commerce, TX|
|October 21, 2022||Texas Wesleyan University||Fort Worth, TX|
|October 29, 2022||Southwest Assemblies of God||Hillsboro, TX|
*** PLEASE NOTE: THE NJCAA SCHEDULE IS IN EASTERN STANDARD TIME.***
NJCAA Schedule 2022-2023
Record: 23-35 overall; 13-20 conference
Region V North Tournament Qualifier
NTJCAC Second Team All-Conference: Eileigh Whyte and Kelsey Creech
All-Academic Team (3.14 team GPA)
NJCAA All-Academic First Team (4.0 GPA): Chloe Randall, Grace Valois, Alexandria Wheeler, and Alexis Wheeler
NJCAA All-Academic Second Team (3.80-3.99 GPA): Hannah King, Lindsey Ratcliffe, and Eileigh Whyte
NJCAA All-Academic Third Team (3.60-3.79 GPA): McKenna Meadors and Jayce Bollin
NTJCAC All-Academic Team 2022 (sophomore student-athletes with above 3.25 cumulative GPA): Madison Gerik, Lindsey Ratcliffe, Abigail Thomas, Alexandria Wheeler, and Alexis Wheeler