2005: Lisa McGregor saw action earned 20 starts in 35 games ...tallied 64 at bats with 13 hits...posted a .391 slugging percentage and a .203 batting average ...tied for third on the team with three home runs...recorded seven runs and nine RBIs... went 3 for 3 and chipped in a homer in the Kent State game...Big East Academic All-Star.
2004: McGregor played in 31 games and started 16 as a sophomore at the DP and catcher positions...had three doubles and 11 hits in 50 at-bats with seven RBIs and a .344 on-base percentage...made just one error in 44 chances behind the plate...went 3-for-4 with a double, a run scored and two RBIs in a win over Cleveland State (March 5)...hit .250 in 16 at-bats against Big East opponents.
2003: McGregor appeared in just 15 games before suffering a season-ending injury, McGregor had a .375 batting average and a .531 slugging percentage...recorded 12 hits, two of which were doubles, and totaled 10 RBIs...recorded her first career home run against Texas Southern (2/16).
HIGH SCHOOL: McGregor helped lead Spring-Ford High School to two Pac-10 Championships...a two-time first team all-league selection...Pottstown Mercury four-time all-star selection...The Phoenix 2001 Female Athlete of the Year...team and league Most Valuable Player...batted .475 as a junior and .488 as a senior...a four-year letterwinner...eight-year member of the Spring-Ford Stealers travel team that won the 1999 NSA State Championship...a multi-sport athlete, also earned three varsity letters in field hockey and two in basketball...voted Most Athletic of her senior class.
PERSONAL: Born Oct. 24, 1983...daughter of William and Elizabeth McGregor...a sports and recreation major.
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