Softball leads the way with 10 honorees
Lady Techsters, Rebels play doubleheader in Ruston
Lady Techsters host Ole Miss Wednesday
Krueger has big day at plate for Lady Techsters
LA Tech, Southeastern meet for first time this year
2013: Named Academic All-WAC ... Started 53 games for Tech at first baseman and as the DP ... Batted .265 with 36 hits in 136 at bats ... Recorded seven doubles and five home runs ... Scored 18 runs and drove home 18 ... Was 3-for-5 in stolen bases ... Walked 15 times and struck out 15 times ... Committed only two errors in 347 chances at first base ... Recorded four multi-hit games and four multi-RBI games ... Had a team-best nine game hitting streak ... Ended her career with 20 home runs which is sixth most in program history ... Was 2-for-3 with a home run and a season-high three RBI in a win over UL-Monroe ... Hit a two-run home run in a loss at New Mexico State ... Hit solo home runs in losses to Texas State and San Jose State ...
2012: Earned Academic All-WAC honors ... Named to the WAC All-Tournament team ... Named to the Mississippi State Bulldog Classic All-Tournament team ... Saw action in 54 games, making 48 starts at either first base or designated player ... Batted .214 with 28 hits in 131 at bats ... Totaled three doubles and eight home runs ... Scored 11 runs and registered 23 RBI ... Walked 18 times and struck out 23 ... Led team with four sacrifice flies ... Totaled six multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games ... Tied the Louisiana Tech single game record with six RBI in an 8-2 win over Samford (the record was broken later in the season) ... Also set a career-high with two home runs against Samford, including her first ever grand slam ... Six of her eight home runs came in the second half of the season ... Hit the game-winning two-run home run in the top of the seventh inning of a 6-4 win at Fresno State ... Tied her career-high with three hits in a 17-7 win over Fresno State in the 2012 WAC Tournament ... Hit three home runs against three-time first team all-WAC pitcher Michelle Moses in the final week of the season ...
2011: Named Academic All-WAC ... Was one of only three players to start all 56 games during the year ... Started 28 games at first base and 28 at designated player ... Batted .224 with 36 hits in 161 at bats ... Totaled eight doubles and four home runs ... Scored 14 runs and registered 20 RBI ... Was 1-of-2 in stolen bases ... Registered a .995 fielding percentage, committing only one error in 190 chances ... Led team with seven multi-RBI games ... Also had eight multi-hit games ... Had home runs against Mississippi Valley State, Nevada, New Mexico State and San Jose State ... Her two-run home run gave Tech a 4-2 lead in top of eighth against WAC champion New Mexico State ... Had two hits and two RBI against NCAA participant San Diego State ... Had two hits and an RBI against SEC foe Mississippi State ...
2010: Named Academic all-WAC ... Named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA ... Saw action in 40 games, making 35 starts at first base or designated player ... Recorded a .287 batting average with 29 hits in 101 at bats ... Totaled three doubles, one triple and three home runs ... Drove home 19 RBI while scoring 11 runs ... Had a .426 slugging percentage and a .374 on-base average ... Did not commit an error in 78 chances at first base ... Had six multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games ... Recorded a career-high four RBI along with her first collegiate home run in a 9-1 win over Centenary ... Hit the game-winning 3-run walk-off home run in a 6-4 victory over Utah State in the first WAC game of the season ... Also hit a two-run home run against San Jose State in the WAC Tournament ... Led LA Tech to its first ever win at Fresno State with the game-winning two-run single ...
High School: Lettered four years for coach Dan Sedgwick at McKinney North High School in Texas ... Helped lead the Bulldogs to the district title as a sophomore and junior and the regional finals as a freshman and junior ... Led McKinney to the state semifinals as a sophomore ... Batted .375 and had a .541 slugging percentage as a junior ... Named to the McKinney all-area team as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Named to the McKinneynews.ent Magnificent Nine team as a freshman and sophomore ... Named second team all-district three years and first team as a senior ... Named academic all-district as a freshman ... Named the Dallas Morning News Player of the Week once as a junior ... Plays travel ball for Dwayne Lutz and the Texas Glory ... Lettered for the McKinney volleyball team two years ... Member of the Rotary Club ...
Personal: Full name is Meghan Anne Knowles ... Daughter of Tim and Karen Anne Knowles ... Has one sister, Janie ... Majoring in communication design ... Born Aug. 30, 1991, in Denton, Texas.