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24 - Megan Evans Position: Catcher
Class: Senior
Height: 5' 5"
High School: Notre Dame (N.Y.)
Hometown: Mansfield, Pa. 2003 & 2004 NFCA Northeast Region First-Team Catcher
2004 All-BIG EAST Second-Team Catcher
 
 
  Career Match Highs  
AB: 5 (twice)
R: 3 (four times)
H: 4 vs. N.C. A&T (2/21/04)
Hit Streak: 7 games (2/20/04-2/27/04)
RBI: 8 vs. N.C. A&T (2/21/04)
2B: 2 (twice)
HR: 2 (six times)
BB: 4 vs. St. John's (4/27/02) SR
SR - Denotes School Record
photo 2005 Highlights
· A second-team NFCA All-Northeast Region selection
· A second-team All-ACC selection
· An ACC All-Tournament Team selection
· Leads the team in home runs (16), walks (51) and RBI (50)
· Named an ASA First-Team All-American in the Summer of 2004
· Holds several school records, including career home runs (50), home runs in a season (16), career walks (121), career RBI (161) and walks in a season (51)

2004: Had one of the greatest offensive seasons in school history, breaking three single season school records, two of which were already her own ... Hit 14 home runs, drew 33 walks and had a slugging percentage of .642, all new records ... Batted .314 for the season with 47 RBI ... Was named All-BIG EAST second team ... Was named to the first-team All-Northeast Region squad as a catcher ... Hit a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Tech a 6-3 win over Virginia ... Set a new school record with eight RBI against North Carolina A&T State ... Also had a career-high four hits in that game, including two home runs ... Threw out Jessica Mendoza on an attempted steal in a scrimmage against the U.S. Olympic Team ... Tied for the conference lead in home runs and finished second in walks ... Had 12 multiple-hit and 14 multiple-RBI games.

2003: Broke two single-season school records ... Hit 11 home runs and had a slugging percentage of .600, then new records ... Was named to the first-team All-Northeast Region squad as a catcher ... Also named to the Virginia Sports Information Director's (VaSID) all-state team ... Had a .327 batting average ... Had eight doubles and 30 RBI ... Had 49 hits and drove in 19 while playing in 49 games ... Committed just three errors all season for a fielding percentage of .986 ... Had 13 multiple-hit and eight multiple-RBI games ... Finished second in the conference with 11 home runs ... Was fourth in the BIG EAST in slugging percentage ... Named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star team.

2002: An NFCA Northeast Region second-team selection as a designated player ... Led the team in home runs with nine ... Set new Tech freshmen records for home runs, doubles and slugging percentage ... Had 34 RBI, a team-high 17 doubles and 20 walks ... Finished the season batting .295 ... Had 49 hits and 32 runs scored ... Had six RBI against Liberty, all coming in one inning, where she had a grand slam and a two-run home run ... Had a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Tech a 1-0 win over Seton Hall and clinch a berth in the BIG EAST Softball Championship ... Had a solo home run in the championship game of the conference tournament against Notre Dame.

High School: A four-year letterwinner at New York's Notre Dame High School for Coach Steve Weber ... Named to the first-team all-state squad three times ... Was a two-time New York state player of the year ... Named an NFCA first-team All-American ... Was a high school Navy Scholar-Athlete second-team All-American ... Played for Coach Chris Sinicki for two years ... Team won the New York state championship in 2001 ... Holds the New York state high school record for home runs in a career with 23.

Personal: Megan Elizabeth Evans ... Born October 20, 1982 in Sayre, PA ... Daughter of Wayne and Kathy Evans ... Has one brother, Doug ... Majoring in exercise and health promotions.

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Year GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI Avg. SB-A BB SO PO A E Pct.
1995 23 3 2 1 0 0 3 4 0 14.000 0-1 0 0.087 0 0 0 .000
2001 166 32 49 34 17 9 20 0 0 58.000 0-0 1 0.56 0 0 0 .000
2002 166 32 49 34 17 9 20 41 0 58.000 0-0 1 0.56 0 0 0 .000
2003 159 37 50 47 10 14 33 33 0 59.000 4-5 4 0.642 0 0 0 .000
2004 195 29 64 50 9 16 51 35 1 69.000 5-5 11 0.631 0 0 0 .000