Rizzato and Stewartson earn postseason honors
Lady Techsters place six players on all-state team
Lady Techsters play five games in three days
2010: Named Academic all-WAC ... Named first team all-WAC ... Named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA ... 3-time WAC Pitcher of the Week (program record) ... Recorded a mark of 18-16 with a 2.24 earned run average ... Worked 222.1 innings in the circle, allowing 163 hits and 141 walks ... Led the WAC and set a LA Tech single season record with 260 strikeouts ... Broke the previous 24-year-old record of 254 set by Stacey Johnson in 1986 ... Her 255th strikeout came against San Jose State's Kelli Fangonilo on May 12 in the first round of the 2010 WAC Tournament ... Opponents batted only .200 against her on the season ... She made 33 starts and a total of 35 appearances, while tossing 29 complete games ... Was a tough-luck loser numerous times during the season ... Threw complete-game two-hitters against Notre Dame, Auburn and Arkansas and lost all three games ... Tossed a complete-game one-hit shutout in a win over Alcorn State ... Also tossed a complete-game one-hit shutout in a win at San Jose State ... Struck out at least 10 batters nine times during the year, including a career-high 17 strikeouts in a extra inning win over Mississippi Valley State ... Struck out 13 batters in wins over McNeese State and Utah State ...
2009: Named Academic all-WAC ... Named second team all-WAC by the league coaches ... Named second team all-state by the LSWA ... 2-time WAC Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 23, April 27) ... Named to the all-tournament teams at the Baylor and the UL-Lafayette tournaments ... Made 32 appearances in the circle, including 28 starts ... Registered a 20-7 mark with a 1.85 earned run average ... Logged 170.0 innings allowing only 125 hits ... Allowed 52 runs, 45 of them earned ... Struck out 211 while walking 90 ... Threw six complete game shutouts, including a 4-0 win over No. 24 Nevada in the WAC Tournament ... Threw eight more complete games where she allowed only one run ... The 211 strikeouts were the sixth most in a single season in LA Tech history ... She became the first Tech pitcher since 1999 to register 20 wins in a season ... Only allowed six home runs in 170 innings of work ...Struck out a career-high 14 batters in a 8-1 win over Hawaii (March 20) ...
2008: Named Academic all-WAC ... Named honorable mention all-state by the LSWA ... Made 27 appearances in the circle for Tech ... Started four games while making 23 relief appearances ... Recorded a 7-3 mark with a 1.66 earned run average ... Registered a Tech single season record four saves ... Worked 80.0 innings while allowing only 51 hits ... Allowed 31 runs, only 19 of them earned ... Struck out 99 while walking 38 ... Held opponents to a .181 batting average ... Only allowed nine extra base hits ... Had a complete-game performance in win over Utah State (April 19), allowing only six hits and one earned run while striking out six ... Struck out a career-high nine batters in win over McNeese State (April 16) ... Picked up the win while striking out eight against No. 17 Nevada at the WAC Tournament ... Also recorded one hit in two at bats with one RBI ...
High School: Lettered four years for coach Thomas Hanson at Sonora High School ... Pitched for the Lady Broncos ... Helped lead Sonora to the District 2-2A title as a freshman and junior and the District 8-2A title as a senior ... Recorded a 23-4 mark with a 0.66 earned run average as a senior striking out 270 in 149 innings ... Batted .305 with 32 RBIs ... Was 70-12 with a 0.82 earned run average in her career ... Was the District 2-2A MVP in 2004 and 2006 and the District 2-2A offensive MVP in 2005 ... Was the District 8-2A MVP as a senior ... Named the Newcomer of the Year by the San Angelo Standard Time's on the All-West Texas team in 2004 ... Named to the All-West Texas team in 2005, 2006, and 2007 ... Named the All-West Texas MVP in 2006 and 2007 ... Named first team all-state by the Texas Sports Writers Association in 2006 ... Named the Sonora High School Outstanding Female Athlete in 2006 and 2007 ... Lettered in basketball for all four years earning District 8-2A Offensive MVP in 2007 ... Named first team all-district four straight years ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Was an honors graduate ... Played travel ball for the Texas Glory and Texas Rage ...
Personal: Full name is Meghan Tyler Krieg ... Daughter of Michael and Michelle Krieg ... Has one brother, Cade, and one sister, Cassie, who signed and will play at Louisiana Tech starting in 2011 ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Born March 10, 1989, in San Angelo, Texas.
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