2003 Season: Started in 52 games for the Bucs … struggled a bit offensively, hitting .219 during her junior campaign, but led the team with 11 doubles and her 21 RBIs was third-best on the squad … enjoyed her best defensive season at ETSU, committing only two errors in the outfield and had a .964 fielding percentage to go along with a career-high five assists, which tied her for the team lead among outfielders … set a school record with three walks versus South Carolina State on Feb. 14, 2003 … perhaps best game of the season was April 19 versus Georgia Southern, when Holler went 3-for-3 with a walk and three RBIs … received special recognition by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA), given to student-athletes with over a 3.5 grade point average ...
2002 Season: Holler played in 51 games in the outfield, starting 45 … led the Bucs in batting with a .276 average … tied for third on the team with 37 hits … hit eight doubles, two home runs on the season and drove in 20 runs, fourth on the squad … walked nine times and was successful in three of her four stolen base attempts ...
2001 Season: Holler was one of three Bucs to play in all 49 games in 2001 ... was fifth in the team with 12 RBIs ... her .318 on-base percentage was also fourth on the club ... was fifth on the team with a .320 slugging percentage ... showed good speed on the base paths, ranking second on the team with eight stolen bases ... had a .935 fielding percentage behind the plate ...
High School: Rhea was a three-year letterwinner in both softball and volleyball at Peoria High School ... played under Barbara Monte ... played for the Texas Quest all-star team that won the state championships from 1997-99 ... was a first-team all-region selection twice ... was a member of the academic all-region team on two occasions ... won the batting title at the Texas State Tournament in 1998 ... had a career batting average of .381 and 64 career RBIs ...
Personal: Born on January 10, 1982 ... major is psychology ... Rhea is the daughter of David and Susan Holler.