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25 Megan Wiggins

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Position
OF
B/T
L/R
Ht
5'5
Birthday
May 8, 1989
Season: USSSA Pride

Batting

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

PROFESSIONAL: Wiggins is entering her 8th season in the NPF. Wiggins started her NPF career with the Chicago Bandits in 2011. Wiggins was acquired in a trade with the PA Rebellion and will be entering her fourth season with the Pride.

NPF ACCOLADES:
6x All-NPF Team Selection
2x Home Run Champion (2012 & 2013)
2013 NPF Player of the Year
2013 Offensive Player of the Year
2011 Cowles Cup Champion
2013 Homerun Champion
2012 Homerun Champion

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