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Foglesong again was one of the offensive leaders for the Tigers, despite missing a large chunk of the season due to injury. Megan appeared in 34 games while posting a .302 average, good for a top-20 finish in the WCC. She tallied 26 hits and 14 RBIs in limited action. Foglesong was 7-7 in stolen base attempts, good for second on the team. Defensively, the senior led all Tiger outfielders with four assists and made just one error on the season. Following the season, Megan was named to the All-WCC Academic team (3.55 GPA), garnering a conference academic award in each of her three years of eligibility. Foglesong also shared The Marge Larsen Most Inspirational Award with teammate Alexi Johnson following the 2014 season.
A candidate for defensive player of the year, Foglesong excelled in both the field and the plate en route to her first career all-conference honor. A natural centerfielder playing in left for the Tigers, Foglesong made the extraordinary look routine throughout her junior year while posting a .992 fielding percentage. On the year, Foglesong was one of the best at cutting down runners trying to take an extra base as she tallied a career-best nine outfield assists before runners learned not to test her arm. In addition to her stellar play in the field, Foglesong had a career year at the plate as the junior hit .320 with 54 hits, 18 RBI and 38 runs scored. Her 38 runs scored ranked No. 4 in the conference alongside of her outfield mate, Hom, while her 54 hits put her inside of the conference's top-10. In addition to her hitting, Foglesong was the consummate teammate as she led the conference with 14 sacrifice bunts to set the table for the heart of the order. In addition to her play in the field, Megan was the recipient of the team's Catherine Harnack Academic Achievement Award for her work in the classroom to go along with All-Big West Academic honors.
In her second season covering left field for the Tigers, Megan played in and started 51 games, missing just three contests due to injury. At the plate, Foglesong shook off a slow start to her season to hit .250 as the sophomore picked up 35 hits in 140 at bats. Of her 35 hits, Foglesong posted 11 extra-base hits as she tallied nine doubles and two home runs. She hit her first collegiate home run against Sacramento State on March 2 before tagging her second against Valparaiso one week later in the desert in Tempe, Ariz. In addition to her hits, Foglesong scored 23 runs and drove in 21 RBI. At the end of the year, Megan was named to the Academic All-Big West team in her first year of eligibility.
Making an immediate impact for the Tigers in her first collegiate season, Foglesong stepped into the starting lineup from game one as Pacific's left fielder and proceeded to become one of the finest outfielders in the conference. Committing just one error in 92 chances, Foglesong finished the year as the conference's top defensive outfielder. She added one outfield assist on the year as well as she played every inning for the Tigers' during its 56 games. In addition to her defense, Megan spent the year hitting in the top third of the Tigers' order, first hitting in the No. 3 hole before moving into the No. 2 spot for much of the conference season. At the plate, Foglesong posted a .308 batting average as she tallied 53 hits in 172 at bats. Of her 53 hits, 15 were for extra-bases as she tallied 13 doubles, tied for eighth most in single season history, and two triples. Putting herself in position to score, Megan posted a league-best 44 runs on the year, a total which ranked fourth all-time in Pacific single-season history. Additionally, Megan drove in 34 RBI as she helped account for 78 runs in her first year. For her play, Foglesong earned player of the week honors on May 16 as she picked up the final weekly award for the 2011 season after leading the Tigers' to a series win over Cal Poly that clinched Pacific's first ever Big West title.
As an outfielder for Valencia High School, in Valencia, Calif., Foglesong was a part of one of the most successful high school programs in the nation. As a freshman, Foglesong played on a team, alongside of current Tigers Nicole Matson and Amy Moore, that finished the season 32-1 overall en route to their first ever California State Title and their first ever national championship. As a sophomore, Foglesong earned All-Foothill League First Team honors as she again helped lead the Vikings to their second straight state title. During her sophomore season, Megan hit .357 in 35 contests while scoring 20 runs and driving in nine more. As a junior, Foglesong proved to be the Vikings' best hitter as she finished the year with a team-best .421 batting average in 31 contests. Additionally, her prowess at the plate led to more runs for the Vikings' as she posted team-highs in both runs scored (32) and RBI (24) on her way to her second straight first team all-league selection. In her senior season, Foglesong helped lead the Vikings to a perfect 10-0 league and 29-4-1 overall record, earning her 2010 First Team All-Valley and Daily News MVP Offensive Player of the Year honors.
Born in Van Nuys, Calif., Megan Foglesong is the daughter of Wayne and Linda Foglesong. She has two brothers, Ryan and David. In her fourth year at Pacific, Megan is majoring in Education, with aspirations to become an elementary school teacher.