Megan McMenemy


Player profile

  • Year Junior
  • Hometown Westerville, Ohio
  • Last School Westerville Central
  • Position Infield
  • Height 5-5
  • B/T L/R

• Academic All-Big Ten (2019, 20)
• OSU Scholar-Athlete (2019, 20)

AS A JUNIOR (2020)
• Played in nine games with three starts
• Added 12 putouts and four assists
• Walked twice versus SIU (2/8)
• Had a hit and RBI at NC State (2/14)
• Scored once against Lehigh (3/9)

• Made 17 starts in 28 appearances
• Had 10 hits, five doubles, three RBI and two runs
• Drew five walks and stole two bases
• Recorded 81 putouts, 20 assists and a 1.000 fielding percentage
• Started the season with an RBI single and 11 putouts at first base against George Mason (2/8)
• Tallied two hits, including a double, at UCF (2/9)
• Stole her first base against Army (2/22)
• Was 2-for-3 with a run and double vs. New Mexico State (2/24)
• Drove in a career-high two runs on a double at Maryland (3/31)

• Played in 18 games, earning 11 starts
• Recorded the first hit of her career, a single, and her first double at Texas (2/24)
• Went 2-for-3 with one run against Texas and Wichita State (2/24)
• Had her first RBI in Scarlet & Gray at CSUF (3/16)

• Honorable mention All-American by FastPitchNews.com
• First team All-Ohio as both a junior and senior
• Columbus Dispatch Metro Player of the Year in 2016
• Ohio Capital Conference Player of the Year
• First team all-district and all-conference
• Set Westerville Central’s program record for hits, home runs, RBI, runs and stolen bases
• As a junior in 2016, hit .547 with eight home runs, 27 RBI, 52 runs scored, 30 extra-base hits, 18 stolen bases and a slugging percentage of 1.081
• Second team All-Ohio as a sophomore in 2015
• Four-year starter and chosen as a team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior
• Selected to the Ohio All-Star team that played against the USA Jr. National Team in 2015.
• Plays club softball for the renowned Beverly Bandits
• Won the ASA Gold national championship in 2016
• Runner-up at PGF Nationals in 2015 and fourth place at ASA/USA Nationals in 2013 with Lasers Gray
• Also played soccer at Westerville Central and was the team’s leading scorer

• Daughter of Brent and Gretchen McMenemy
• Has four other siblings
• Sister, Paige, plays softball at Ashland and father, Brent, played football at John Carroll
• Would like to work in the medical field after graduation
• Member of the National Honors Society
• Greatest sports thrill is winning 10 straight games in the losers bracket to make the championship game at the 16U PGF Nationals and winning the 18U ASA gold national title