2016 | Junior | Game-by-Game
Appeared in 48 games overall with 47 starts at second base…second in the SEC with 10 sacrifice bunts…tallied four home runs and 13 runs scored…recorded multi-hit efforts in games one and two against No. 12 LSU…hit a home run and scored twice in road win at Tulsa (April 12)…carded a .978 fielding percentage…selected as a Nike summer intern at company headquarters in Beaverton, Ore.
2015 | Sophomore
Appeared in 38 games including 31 starts at second base … Recorded a career-high three hits in game one against Southeast Missouri, and matched a season-high with three RBIs (April 29) … Finished 4-for-8 (.500) with three RBIs in doubleheader against Southeast Missouri (April 29) … Drove in three runs in the top of the sixth at Missouri State (March 12) to break a 4-4 tie … Two multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games … Recorded a hit in the season opener against Penn State (Feb. 6) … Tallied two RBIs and a double against Florida A&M (Feb. 13)
2014 | Freshman
Appeared in 46 games including 44 starts during freshman campaign…tallied four home runs, 24 RBI and 25 hits…five multi-hit games…eight multi-RBI games including a season-high four RBI with a grand slam against San Diego (Feb. 8) at UNLV season-opening event…sixth on the team with 25 run scored…2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
Pocklington was an all-area and all-league performer for Centralia High School. She set the school record for home runs in a single season with nine round-trippers during her sophomore season. She also set single-season marks in doubles, RBI and putouts. As a junior, she was recognized with offensive MVP honors. Pocklington helped lead the Tigers to a district title and eighth-place state finish during the 2011 season. She played travel ball for the Washington Lady Hawks in Puyallup, Wash.
Born Oct. 13, 1994, Parker Kite Pocklington is the daughter of Bruce and Kerri Pocklington and has one younger sibling, Payton Pocklington. Her father, Bruce, played baseball collegiately at Washington State. She will be a communications major at Arkansas.