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Meghan Gregg

School

Tennessee

Position
Shortstop
Major
Kinesiology

Classroom

Meghan Gregg is a Vol Scholar, a member of the SAAC, a 2017 Easton/NFCA Scholar-Athlete, a CoSIDA Academic All-American Third Team member and a 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team member. She has made the dean’s list five times and most recently made the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll in 2017. In 2015, she was an NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete and was a SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll member in 2016. 

Character

Gregg has been selected by her coaches to take part in the VOLeaders Academy. During the summer of 2016, she took part in the VOLeaders Academy’s 13-day study-abroad trip to Brazil where she and fellow Tennessee student-athletes learned about the nation’s culture and used sports as a means to enact positive change. On the trip, she interacted with Brazilian youth, worked with children in orphanages and volunteered at various sport skill camps.

Community

Gregg has taken part numerous community service projects, most notably in Autism Speaks, Challenger Games, Take Back the Night, 6u Softball Party with Imagination Forrest, Voloween events, MLK Marches, Goals for Girls, the VOLeaders Trip to Brazil, Light the Night, Thanksgiving SAAC and softball meet and greets.

Competition

Gregg has earned an impressive number of honors during her time at Tennessee. She was named a preseason All-SEC honoree in 2018, a USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year top 3 finalist in 2017, an NFCA Division I All-American First Team member in 2017, an NFCA Division 1 All-Southeast Region First Team member in 2017, and was named SEC Player of the Year in 2017. She made the All-SEC First Team and SEC All-Defensvive Team in 2017.

In 2017, after earning College Sports Madness preseason All-America honors and earning a preseason All-SEC selection, as well, Gregg set the Tennessee single-season RBI record with 79. In her sophomore season, she was named to the NFCA All-Southeast Region Third Team and All-SEC First Team, as well as making the SEC All-Tournament Team. She had similar accolades in her freshman season, making the All-SEC Freshman Team, the SEC All-Tournament Team and was named an NFCA National Freshman of the Year candidate.

As of nomination time, Gregg ranked among the top 10 in numerous program history stats including being forth in home runs (39), seventh in RBI’s (191), ninth in batting avg. (.374), first in slugging percentage (.695), fourth in on-base percentage (.478), seventh in doubles (48) and tied for fourth in assists with 333.