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25 Megan Wiggins

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Name
Megan Wiggins
Position
OF
B/T
L/R
Ht
5'5
Birthday
May 8, 1989

Batting

SeasonTeamABRHRBI2B3BHRSBSOAVG
2011Chicago Bandits129243422708316.264
2012Chicago Bandits1373841296012423.299
2013Chicago Bandits14145613512211927.433
2014Chicago Bandits12127352742933.289
2015USSSA Pride153214432618717.288
2016USSSA Pride19039552673121221.289
2017USSSA Pride1473445265461415.306
2019USSSA Pride130173415100168.262
2018USSSA Pride1513945366413513.298

PROFESSIONAL: Wiggins is entering her 10th season playing professional softball. Wiggins started her career with the Chicago Bandits in 2011. Wiggins was acquired in a trade with the PA Rebellion and will be entering her sixth season with the Pride.

NPF ACCOLADES:
7x All-NPF Team Selection
2x Home Run Champion (2012, 2013, co-champion 2018)
NPF Player of the Year (2013)
Offensive Player of the Year (2013)

Japanese Professional League

Played 3 years with Denso Softball Team and 2 years with  BIC Softball Team
3x Homerun Champion
3x Top 9 Player
Japanese Softball League Champion

Collegiate Accolades 

Became the first SEC player and just the 11th SEC player to reach 200 career runs and RBI finishing her four years with 203 runs and 203 RBI
Finished UGA career with a school record 121 extra-base hits (61 doubles, 14 triples, 46 home runs)
NFCA All-Region First Team (2011)
All-SEC First Team (2008, 2010, 2011)
SEC All-Defensive Team (2010, 2011)
Started all 65 games leading the team with a .388 batting average, 81 hits, 71 runs scored, 23 doubles, five triples and 153 total bases while also providing 13 home runs and 17 stolen bases -Set single-season UGA doubles record with 23 (2011 season)
ESPN Preseason All-America Second Team (2011)
Preseason All-SEC (2011)
Recipient of the Liz Murphy Women’s Athletic Scholarship (2011)
All-Southeast Region Second Team outfielder (2010)
Started 62 games batted .409 with 16 home runs, 58 RBI, 59 runs and 19 stolen bases -Set single-season school record with 11 outfield assists (2010 season)
From April 13-June 4, posted a UGA record 22-game hitting streak (2010)
Finished season with a 34-game on-base streak (2010)
Member of the First ever WCWS UGA team (2010)
Freshman All-SEC Team (2008)
Started all 70 games as a freshman (32-SS, 24-OF, 14-DP) and led team in batting avg. (.347), at-bats (219), runs (44), hits (76), triples (5), RBI (52), total bases (121) and slugging % (.553), and was second on team in doubles (14), HRs (7) and on-base % (.391)
Batted .600 (6-for-10) with six runs and four RBI in NCAA Chapel Hill Regional (2008)

PERSONAL: Born May 8, 1989 to Andy Wiggins and Debbie Hafner. Owns her own sports facility in Winder, Ga and an antique business. Graduated from the University of Georgia in 2011 with a degree in Sociology. Wiggins was inducted into the Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame – Gwinnett county is where she grew up and went to high school. She was a four year letter winner at Shiloh High School and named Atlanta Journal-Constitution Player of the Year after hitting .486 with seven home runs and 20 RBI, compiling a .986 slugging percentage as a senior.