No stranger to Sun Devil softball, Kirsten Voak begins her third season as an assistant on Clint Myers' staff. Voak was a standout pitcher for Arizona State from 1999 through 2002, earning All-American honors in 1999 and 2000. Voak was also a three-time All-Pac-10 selection, earning the distinction in 1999, 2000, and 2001.
Voak is third all-time in ASU history with 76 wins, including four no-hitters and a perfect game. She is the school's all-time leader with 893 strikeouts, and ended her collegiate career with a 1.48 ERA. Voak's name is all over the single season record book as well, holding the top two spots for single season strikeouts (316 in 2000, 314 in 1999), and she owns the second highest single season win total, 30 in 2000.
Voak was named the ASU Pitcher of the Year three times, and was a member of 1999 Junior Olympic Team and the 2001 ASA/USA National Softball team, helping lead them to the U.S. Cup, where they took home the gold medal. Voak also owns the State of California record with seven perfect games in 1998.
Voak graduated from Arizona State in 2002 with a degree in sociology. Her and her husband Jon Malgradi were married in 2002.