Kylee Muir


Kylee Muir played outfield for the Nebraska Cornhuskers from 2010 to 2015. Muir was a four-time Academic All-Big Ten (2012-2015), seven-time Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll, and was a part of the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2014).

Nebraska: Career Highlights

Senior (2015)
• Set career highs in hits, RBIs and multi-homer games.
• Produced 6 RBIs – the highest total by a Husker this season
• Went 5 for 6 and reached base safely in 9 of 10 plate appearances in the final series of the regular season against Illinois.
• Post season appearance

Junior (2014)
• In Big Ten Conference Muir batted .354 with nine doubles and 21 RBI’s in 23 games.
• Muir ranked second in the Big Ten in doubles, and led Nebraska with a .464 batting average with runners in scoring position during Big Ten Conference play.
• Hit .309 with runners in scoring position.
• She posted a 1.000 fielding percentage in 28 chances.
• Nebraska defeated Missouri in Regionals and advanced to the Alabama Super Regionals.

Sophomore (2013)
• Muir started 9 games and made 16 pinch hitting appearances.
• Went 2 for 2 in the Women’s College World Series.

Before Nebraska
Muir played her prep ball at Lincoln High School in Portland, enjoying a decorated four-year career. She was a four-time all-state selection, earning Class 4A honorable-mention accolades as a freshman, before garnering second-team honors in 2007. As a junior, Muir was a third-team selection in Class 6A, Oregon’s largest classification. She then went on to earn first-team honors as a senior in 2009. Muir was also a four-time, first-team All-Portland Interscholastic League selection, earning co-Most Valuable Player honors in 2007 and Player-of-the-Year distinction as a senior in 2009.

As a junior, Muir led Oregon’s largest class with a slugging percentage of 1.222 and an on-base percentage of .711. She also ranked second in the state in walks (18) and third with a .519 batting average. Muir helped lead Lincoln to three consecutive appearances in the state playoffs.
In the summer, Muir put up impressive numbers while helping lead the Bullets to a 17th-place finish at the 2008 ASA Gold National Championship and a top-10 finish in 2009. Previously, Muir was a member of the Beaverton Blaze’ state and regional championship teams in 2003 (12-and-under), 2004 (14-and-under) and 2005 (16-and-under).

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