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#10 Megan Stone
Position: UT
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sullivan, Ind.
High School: North Central
Major: Exercise Science
Experience: 2 Letters


As A Senior (2015)

Appeared in all 58 games while starting 57...Named Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year to be the first player from ISU to ever earn the award...has broken 16 different school records and is one hit away froming tying the single season hits record to make it 17 broken records....Presidential Scholar-Athlete of the Year.


As a Junior (2014)

Appeared in 52 games during her junior season, starting 49, primarily at first base...led the team in home runs with seven and in RBI's with 28...recorded 41 hits and nine doubles with a .390 on base percentage...hit her first career grand slam against Evansville on March 15...had her second five RBI game of the season against Illinois State with two doubles and a home run...needs just three home runs to tie the ISU Career Record of 20.


As a Sophomore (2013)

Appeared in 49 games for the Sycamores, starting 45, primarily at first base...Led the team in slugging percentage (.603) and doubles (11) and tied for the team lead in home runs with eight...Finished third on the team in batting average at .331. Finished the season with 21 runs scored, 45 hits and 82 total bases during her sophomore campaign.


As a Freshman (2012)

Appeared in 51 games during her freshman campaign, starting in 49...Led the team in batting average at .333 and hits with 50...had an on base percentage of .390...Led the team in stolen bases with 15...Got two hits in her first career game on Feb. 25 against Murray State...Got her first career home run against Wichita State on April 25.


Prep: Stone, a senior and three sport athlete at North Central, comes to ISU owning two softball records with her senior season still left to play. Stone currently holds the single season home run record with six and also holds the career home run record with 11.

Stone has also received multiple awards for her efforts. As a junior she was named All-Wabash Valley,  earned an Athletic Letter at North Central, was named TRC 1st Team, had the most RBI's on the team, and was named FS Magazine Athlete of the Month.


Personal: Born July 24, 1992 in Fort Myers, Florida to Lori Stone...has two brothers, Justin and Aaron...enjoys hanging out with friends.

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