2006: Meghan Bostick appeared in 31 games while making a start in 27...finished with a 10-14 record in the circle...posted four shutouts...tallied two saves...set the third-best single season record with a career high 150 strikeouts...set individual single-game records with 12 strikeouts against St. Francis and 10 against Western Carolina...earned Big East Academic All-Star honors.
2005: Meghan Bostick appeared in 26 games, making the start at pitcher in nine...struck out 62 batters...won three games in the circle...posted an ERA of 3.46...finished 12 games for the Panthers this season...had a season-best nine strikeouts in five innings against the Morgan State Bears.
2004: Bostick appeared in 38 games on the mound and started 28 in her freshman year, leading the Panthers with 126 strikeouts in 163 innings pitched...won 10 games, joining teammate Laura Belardinelli as the only teammates in Panther history to win 10 or more games in the same season...her strikeout total was the fourth-highest in one season by a Pitt pitcher...had a season-best 12 strikeouts in just five innings against Eastern Michigan on March 6...had eight strikeouts in seven innings vs. Seton Hall (April 16) and at Robert Morris (May 4)...went 5-1 with a save from March 19-28, pitching 30.1 innings and striking out 21 batters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Bostick finished her career at Grapevine High School with 657 strikeouts...led Grapevine to back-to-back regional championships and berths in the district finals...district's Pitcher of the Year as a senior...earned all-district honors as a junior and senior and honorable mention honors as a freshman and sophomore...a member of the Texas Rapid Fire club team...a volleyball all-district honorable mention selection...member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society...National English Merit Award winner.
PERSONAL: Born Oct. 29, 1984...daughter of Billy and Kathy Bostick...has one sister, Jennifer...a nursing major.
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