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Meghan Beaubien

Biomedical Engineering


Beaubien graduated with her bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering this past April and is now pursuing a graduate degree in the same field.

She has been named an Academic All-Big Ten and U-M Athletic Academic Achievement selection three times while also earning Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and first team Academic All-District recognition last year.


Often described by her coaches as a fierce, driven competitor on the field and incredibly kind and humble off of it, Beaubien is a true leader and role model. She is reliable and hard working when it comes to softball and academics—while being an extremely mature and selfless teammate.

Beaubien returned to the Wolverines as graduate student this season and will take Michigan’s freshman pitchers under her wing.


Beaubien has taken on a multi-year leadership role within Michigan Athletics as Leader Development Team Ambassador, serving as a liaison between the department’s community engagement program and the softball program.

She also has served as a clinician at the Michigan Softball Academy each year. It’s an adult camp experience that brings supporters of the program onto the field and into the facilities for an evening. Beaubien takes the field with the campers and guides them through drills and other activities. The event has raised $1,396,500 since its inception, while last year’s event brought in $100,380 in one evening to support the fight against breast cancer.

Beaubien is part of a contingent of Michigan student-athletes that make periodic visits to Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor through the “Michigan From the Heart” program. The visits connect student-athletes with children and their families to bring a little fun and relief to stressful times.


Beaubien is one of the top pitchers in the country and one of the best in program history. She is a three-time All-Big Ten and All-Great Lakes Region first team selection and was named both the Big Ten Pitcher of the Year and Freshman of the Year in 2018.

Beaubien already ranks among the Wolverines’ career leaders in several pitching categories with an 86-22 record, 1.46 ERA, 787 strikeouts, and complete-game shutouts. She has thrown seven career no-hitters—including three least season while posting a 1.24 ERA, 202 strikeouts, and .164 opposing batting average.