Football took home Team of the Year
Lady Techsters win four consecutive series' for the first time in school history
LA Tech looks to carry momentum into C-USA play this weekend
Lady Techsters host ULM on Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Placed 151 student-athletes on the prestigious list
LA Tech softball posted a 3-2 record over the three day tournament in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
2014: Saw action in 46 games, making 36 starts ... Started 5 games in centerfield, 13 games in right field and 18 as the DP ... Batted .266 with 21 hits in 79 at bats ... Recorded a pair of doubles ... Scored 12 runs and registered 4 RBI ... Was 6-of-9 in stolen bases ... Her first career hit was a double and came against UT-Martin in the season opener ... Was 3-for-3 in a win over Alcorn State ... Had two-hit performances against C-USA foes UTEP and Southern Miss ... Recorded a two-run double in the season finale against Marshall ...
International Experience: Earned a spot on the Canadian Junior Women's National Softball Team and competed in the 2013 ISF X Junior Women's World Championship in Brampton, Ontario in July of 2013 ...
High School: Lettered four years for coach Lindsay Strong at Keller High School in Texas ... Played outfield for the Indians ... Led Keller to the District 7-5A championship as both a sophomore and junior ... Also led the Indians to the regional final in 2011 and the regional semifinals in 2013 ... As a senior, batted .427 with 55 runs scored and 27 stolen bases ... The 55 runs scored was a school record ... Batted .440 with 20 stolen bases as a junior ... Batted .467 as a sophomore (ranks 5th all-time) and recorded 58 hits ( ranks 3rd) ... Named the Dallas-Ft. Worth Newcomer of the Year ... Three-time first team all-District 7-5A ... Selected to play in the Dallas-Ft. Worth 5A All-Star game ... Three-time Academic All-District ... Played travel ball for coach Tim Soefje and the American Freedom Gold ...
Personal: Full name is Victoria Brooke Charters ... Daughter of Ian and Debra Charters ... Has one sister, Natalie ... Born Aug. 30, 1994 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.