Sophia Gargicevich-Almeida drives in game-winner; Elyse Graziano denies GW's game-tying run in win
After splitting a doubleheader against Cornell on Tuesday, the Hoyas return to the confines of Guy Mason for a three-game series on Saturday and Sunday
Lauren O'Leary allows one run over seven complete innings to win game one
Megan Hyson held the Blue Demons offense to one run over 6.0 innings
2015: Played in and started all 47 games for the Hoyas as a senior… had a batting average of .237… recorded 33 hits, 23 RBI, scored 21 runs and had two home runs… had an on base percentage of .327 and a slugging percentage of .324… had a season-high three hits on March 22 versus Villanova and drove in a season-best four RBI on Feb. 7 versus South Dakota… pitched in 34 games, recording 14 complete games… amassed an ERA of 3.19 over 178 innings of work in the circle… held opponents to a batting average of .257 and struck out 182 batters, a mark that was second in the BIG EAST… posted a record of 11-17… was twice named the BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 16 and May 4) and was named to the Weekly Honor Roll on March 16… pitched a no-hitter to end her collegiate career on May 3 at Seton Hall… recorded double-digit strikeouts on five separate occasions over the course of the season with a season-high 12 on Feb. 6 versus Indiana State.
2014:One of three Hoyas to start all 48 games on the season ... Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team ... Named to the NFCA All-Mideast Region First Team ... Named to the All-BIG EAST Tournament Team ... BIG EAST Player of the Week on March 31 ... Two-time BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week on March 3 and May 5 ... Three-time BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll Selection on Feb. 24, March 10 and March 17 ... Led the Hoyas in batting average (.373), on-base percentage (.488), slugging percentage (.634), hits (50), extra-base hits (19), doubles (10), home runs (7), total bases (85), runs batted in (32) and walks (28) ... Top five for BIG EAST student-athletes in batting average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage, runs batted in and walks ... Intentionally walked four times ... One of three Hoyas with more walks (28) than strikeouts (10) ... One of eight with an on-base percentage over .300 and at least 100+ at-bats ... As a pitcher, she compiled a 2.36 earned run average across 169.0 innings with a 15-11 record ... Started 24 games with 19 complete games and six shutouts ... Struck out 176 batters to only 60 walks ... Established a new career high with 14 strikeouts against Drexel on April 10 ... Recorded five double-digit strikeout outings ... Threw a no-hitter against Stony Brook on March 1 in Charlotte, N.C. ... Limited her opponents to a .199 batting average ... Finished in the top five of BIG EAST pitchers in earned run average, opposing batting average, innings pitches, strikeouts, strikeouts looking and wins.
2013: Started 45 games during her sophomore campaign ... Batted .250 with 30 hits over 120 at-bats ... Of her 30 hits, she had eight doubles and three home runs ... Finished the year with a .362 on-base percentage and 17 runs scored ... As a pitcher, Hyson started 19 games while appearing in 36 with 11 complete games ... Accumulated a team-high 171.0 innings and a team-high 151 strikeouts ... Held her opponents to a .285 batting average.
2012: Made 42 starts on her freshman year while appearing in 47 total games ... Ranked third on the team with a .252 batting average ... In her 115 total at-bats, Hyson recorded 20 singles, five doubles, one triple and three home runs ... Second on the team with a .391 slugging percentage ... Her 21 walks to go along with her nine hit by pitches led her to accumulating a .404 on-base percentage ... As a pitcher, Hyson appeared in 20 games, starting 15 of them, with a 2.53 earned run average ... Accumulated 92.1 innings while striking out 87 while holding her opponents to a .207 batting average.
Before GU: A two-year starter at Seton Keough and two-year starter at Chesapeake High ... Named to the Washington Post All-Met team, Baltimore Sun All-Met selection and Player of the Year, Baltimore Gazette Player of the Year, ESPN All-American Second Team and named Player of the Year by the Varsity Sports Network ... Serves as youth pitching coach in her free time.
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