Paige Affleck
Pitcher 12
New Harmony, 
Last School
Canyon View High School
Roster Years

Career Summary

Paige Affleck finished her career as the top pitcher in BYU history, taking the top spots in multiple categories. When she graduated in 2011, she was the career and season leader wins, complete games, shutouts (career only), innings pitched, strikeouts (career only) and ERA. In 2010, Affleck led the Cougars to their first appearance in the NCAA Super Regionals after defeating Texas in Austin in the NCAA Regionals. Following her postseason success, she was named to the Easton All-American Second Team. She was also the Mountain West Conference Pitcher of the Year in 2010. During her career, she had one solo no-hitter and two no-hitters combined with other pitchers. Along with her achievements on the field, she excelled in the classroom, earning MWC Academic honors all four years, including MWC Scholar-Athlete honors each season.


  • Daughter of BYU graduates Paul and Christel Affleck
  • Has one brother and one sister
  • Earned bachelor's degree in exercise science after sophomore season and was finishing master's thesis during her senior season
  • High school valedictorian who earned associate's degree before attending BYU
  • An accomplished violinist, four-year high school orchestra member and music letterwinner
  • Enjoys country dance and the outdoors

Before BYU

  • Was a four-time letter winner at Kingman (AZ) and Canyon View (UT) HS
  • NFCA West All-Region Pitcher 2006
  • Utah 3A State MVP and State Champion 2006
  • Arizona Desert West 5A Second Team All Region Pitcher 2004
  • Three-time Utah First-team All-State and All-Region pitcher
  • Two-time Region 9 Champion/2005 MVP
  • Academic All-Region and All-State honors (softball & cross country)
  • Three-time basketball letterwinner and starter on Utah's 3A 2006 State Champion team
  • 2006 3A All-Region and All-State team member
  • Also lettered in cross country and tennis
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2008

  • Was a major contributor on the BYU pitching staff as a freshman
  • Made 32 appearances and held a 14-3 record with a team-best 1.42 ERA
  • Struck out a season-high 12 batters Feb. 14, against Northwestern State
  • Tossed career-first no-hitter at New Mexico May 9, lead BYU to a 4-0 victory
  • Named Academic All-MWC and received MWC Scholar Athlete Award
Sophmore Year 2009

  • Made 29 appearances and held a 19-10 record maintaining a 2.07 ERA
  • Struck out a season-high 12 batters for the second year in a row on Feb. 27 against Wisconsin
  • Defeated No. 7 Cal on March 20 in Sacramento, Calif.
  • With 199 strikeouts she beat her freshman total of 134
  • One win away from securing her first 20-win season which would make her the fourth pitcher in BYU history to achieve that record
  • Academic All-Mountain West Conference Team
  • Was named to the Bayer Cropscience All-Tournament team after going 3-0 at the tournament
Junior Year 2010

  • Played in 48 games, starting 38
  • NFCA/Louisville Slugger Pacific All-Region Second Team
  • Mountain West All-Conference First Team
  • ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VIII First Team
  • Academic All-MWC
  • MWC Scholar-Athlete
  • First BYU pitcher to win 30 or more games in a season
  • Became the winningest pitcher in BYU history, currently sitting at 65 wins, and the BYU career strikeout leader, passing teammate Christie Zinanti with 569 strikeouts
  • Finished first in the Mountain West Conference in wins (32), innings pitched (247.1), appearances (48) and games started (38); second in earned run average (2.43) and strikeouts (222); and third in opposing batting average (.225)
  • In the MWC season record books, finished second in wins, fifth in innings pitched and sixth in strikeouts (MWC junior record)
  • In the BYU season record books, finished first in wins, first in innings pitched and second in strikeouts
  • 32-win total was 10th-best in the nation
  • Pitched in all five games of BYU's NCAA tournament run, earning wins in two
  • Pitched a pivotal win at SDSU (5/6), going all 7 innings with 9 strikeouts, 2 hits, 1 earned run and no walks to break the BYU record for most wins in a season
  • Threw 11 strikeouts in 7 innings against Utah (4/10)
  • Pitched 8 innings in a win over No. 19 Texas A&M (3/4), scattering 4 hits with 1 earned run and 7 strikeouts
  • Pitched 8 innings in a one-run loss to No. 9 Georgia Tech (2/19), striking out 10
Senior Year 2011

  • Easton All-America Second Team
  • Mountain West Conference Pitcher of the Year
  • All-MWC First Team
  • NFCA/Louisville Slugger All-Pacific Region Second Team
  • Academic All-District VIII First Team
  • Seattle Regional All-Tournament Team
  • MWC Scholar-Athlete
  • Academic All-MWC
  • Finished first in the MWC in wins, strikeouts, inning pitched and opposing batting average and second in ERA and saves
  • Started four games in three days in the NCAA Regional, striking out 9 in the opener vs. Auburn, allowing 1 run and 1 walk in the win before striking out 7 with 2 earned runs in a loss vs. Washington, striking out 6 in another win over Auburn and pitching 3.0 innings with 2 earned runs and 5 strikeouts in the season finale vs. Washington
  • Clinched BYU's third-straight MWC title with a 7-inning, complete-game shutout vs. Utah, striking out three with no runs
  • Earned MWC Pitcher of the Week
  • Pitched a complete-game shutout with 11 strikeouts and just 1 walk vs. Idaho State
  • Earned MWC Pitcher of the Week after pitching nearly three complete games in three-straight days, including two shutouts at UNLV and at San Diego State
  • Pitched a season-high 8.0 innings in a win over Southern Utah, collecting 12 strikeouts while allowing 1 earned run
  • Named Hawaii Spring Fling Tournament Outstanding Pitcher and earned NFCA Outstanding Performance mention after going 4-0 with a 0.72 ERA in four appearances, including two wins over No. 16 Hawaii and a win over No. 9 Cal in the tournament championship
  • Pitched 7.0 innings and struck out 6 while allowing just 2 earned runs vs. Cal, earning the win that made the all-time leader in MWC history
  • Shut out Hawaii and had a career-high 13 strikeouts
  • Earned a save vs. No. 9 UCLA, pitching 1.2 innings with 1 strikeout and 1 hit
  • Defeated No. 19 Texas A&M, pitching a complete game with seven strikeouts, two earned runs and three hits
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year