1. Jessie Warren Wins 2019 Rawlings Gold Glove
  2. Pride Fall to Bandits in Double Header
  3. Pride Swing Big Against the Eagles
  4. Pride Beat Beijing Eagles
  5. Pride Clench Series Win Against Canadian Wild
  6. Pride Win Double Header
  7. Wild Take Game Two From Pride
  8. Pride Beat the Wild
  9. Pride Dominate Game Three
  10. USSSA Pride Unleashed the Bats for a 10-0 Victory
  11. Pride Win and Henderson throws Perfect Game
  12. Pride At Home for Beijing Eagle Series
  13. Pride get the sweep on the Comets
  14. Pride Keep the Win Streak Alive
  15. Pride Take Game Two of Comets Series
  16. Pride Sign Sydney Romero To 2-Year Contract
  17. Pride Win with a 4-3 Victory
  18. Pride Host Cleveland Series
  19. Pride Win Four Straight at Home
  20. Pride Sweep in Rainout Double Header
  21. Pride Win Home Opener with a 2-0 Victory
  22. Pride Sign JMU Pitcher Megan Good to 2-Year Deal
  23. Pride to Host Peppers for 2019 Opening Series
  26. Henderson, Pride hand Bandits Their First Two Losses
  27. Lorenz Signs 2-Year Deal With Pride
  28. Wild Fall To Pride In First Loss of Season
  29. USSSA Pride give Team USA a good fight, but fall short in extras
  30. USSSA Pride falls to Team USA in Game 3
  31. Offensive Struggles Continue for USSSA Pride in Loss to Team USA
  32. USSSA Pride Fall to Team USA
  33. USSSA Pride Travel to Oklahoma

Megan Wiggins



Height: 5’5″   Bats: L   Throws: R

Years Pro: 7th year

College: Georgia

Hometown: Snellville, GA

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PROFESSIONAL: Wiggins is entering her 7th season in the NPF. Wiggins started her NPF career with the Chicago Bandits in 2011. Accolades: 2011 All-NPF Selection. 2012 All-NPF Selection and Homerun Champion. 2013 All-NPF Selection, Homerun Champion, Offensive Player of the year and Player of the Year. 2014 All-NPF Selection. 2015 All-NPF Selection. 2016 All-NPF Selection. Wiggins was acquired in a trade with the PA Rebellion and will be entering her third season with the Pride.

2016 Season: Wiggins finished out the 2016 season named to the 2016 All-NPF team. In 54 games played, Wiggins averaged .289 with 55 hits, 39 runs scored, 26 RBI, 7 doubles, 3 triples, 12 home runs and 12 stolen bases.

2015 Season: Wiggins ended her debut season with the pride leading the team in RBI (29) and home runs (7) tied with Kelly Kretschman. In 140 at-bats, Wiggins totaled 4o hits, 68 total bases, and 5 doubles. Named to the 2015 All-NPF Team as an at-large selection.

2014 Season: Wiggins ended her fourth season in the NPF with 35 hits, 27 RBI, 9 home runs, 27 runs scored and a total on-base percentage of .409. Wiggins was also named to the 2014 All-NPF Team.

2013 Season: Led NPF in batting average all season long at .433. Led league with 61 hits, 12 doubles, and 11 HR. NPF Mizuno Player of the Year. Voted Chicago Bandit’s MVP by the fans at end of season banquet. Worth Home Run Champion with league leading 11 HR.

2012 Season: Led the league with 12 home runs earning her the honor of NPF 2012 Home Run Champion. All-NPF selection. Finished the season with a .299 batting average and led the league in runs scored at 38. Finished third in the league with 33 RBIs.

2011 Season: Joined the NPF as 8th overall pick and elected to 2011 All-NPF Selection in her rookie season. Hit 1st home run in a 5-1 win over the USSSA Pride.                                  

JAPANESE PRO LEAGUE– 1st Year- Top 9 Players, Homerun Champion and Highest Batting average. Currently playing for fifth season. 2015 JSL Champion.

COLLEGE: Became the 1st SEC player and 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 of 121 extra-base hits (61 doubles, 14 triples, 46 home runs). 2011 NFCA All-Region First Team , All-SEC First Team, SEC All-Defensive Team left fielder. 2010 All-Southeast Region Second-Team outfielder, All-SEC First-Team and SEC All-Defensive Team, All-SEC First-Team and Freshman All-SEC Team, All-Southeast Region Second Team outfielder, All-SEC First-Team and SEC All-Defensive Team left fielder. Set single-season school record with 11 outfield assists, posted a UGA record 22-game hitting streak. Finished season with a 34-game on-base streak, NFCA All-Region First-Team, All-SEC First-Team, SEC All-Defensive Team left fielder. Set single-season UGA doubles record with 23, named to SEC All-Tournament, ESPN Preseason All-American Second-Team, Preseason All-SEC. Recipient of the Liz Murphy Women’s Athletic Scholarship.

PERSONAL: Born May 8, 1989 to Andy Wiggins and Debbie Hafner. Is an only child. 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.