Alicia Kay Hollowell (born February 29, 1984) is an American, former collegiate 4-time NCAA Division I All-American, right-handed softball pitcher originally from Suisun, California. She attended Fairfield High School from 1998-2002. She pitched for the Arizona Wildcats from 2003-2006, collecting 144 career wins and 1,768 strikeouts, both top-10 NCAA career records. She currently holds the Arizona Wildcats records for career wins, strikeouts, shutouts, innings pitched and strikeout ratio, in addition to the Pac-12 wins crown. Hollowell once held the NCAA Women's College World Series strikeout record, and won the 2006 NCAA Softball World Series title. She was drafted by the Arizona Heat in the National Pro Fastpitch but went on to play for the Akron Racers in 2007, leading them to the championship series before serving as an alternate for the Olympic softball team in 2008. For her collegiate career, Hollowell is one of five pitchers to win 100 games, strikeout 1,000 batters, with a -1.00 ERA and average double digit strikeouts.