At Charlotte -
2015 (Junior): Started 50 games for the Niners in center field missing only the regular season finale....Ranked third on the team with a .280 batting average … Was a leader for the Niners in many offensive categories, including at-bats (164), hits (46), runs scored (33), doubles (13) and RBI (30)....Ranked second behing Haley Pace with 21 extra-base hits (13 doubles, three triple and five home runs) …Ranked fourth in C-USA with 13 doubles…Notched 13 multi-hit games, including three in C-USA play and nine multiple-RBI games....Ends her junior campaign with a .310 career average, 18 home runs, 33 doubles and 97 RBI in her first three years and with all four marks ranking among the top 10 in program history.
2014 (Sophomore): Started all 49 games in center field...Was third on the team in batting average (.306)...Hit .344 at the plate in conference play...Led the team with 10 home runs and 36 RBI...Tallied five home runs and 13 RBI in league play...Had 45 hits and six doubles...First career walk-off home run against FAU (4/13)...Gave the Niners the win against UAB with a solo home run in the top of the seventh for a 1-0 win (4/19)...Went 5-5 with two doubles, and three RBI in the win over Georgetown (3/1)...Had three assists from the outfield...Named Conference USA Player of the Week (March 3)...Named to the College Sports Madness Conference USA Preseason All-Conference Second Team.
2013 (Freshman): Appeared in 46 games and started 45 in right field … Was third on the squad in batting (.350) which is fourth on the Charlotte freshman records … Tied for second on the team in hits (49) and led the team in doubles (14) … Her 14 doubles ranked third in the Atlantic 10 … Second on the team in RBIs (31) and led Charlotte in multi-RBI games (10) … Tallied 21 runs … Hit three homers and belted her first career home run in 3-0 victory against Sacred Heart (2/24) … Hit her last two homers in the series sweep against La Salle (5/4) … Led the team in league batting (.404) which ranked ninth in the A-10 … Finished with 13 multiple-hit games .. Best performance was in 19-10 victory against Drexel where she was 4-for-4 with two triples, five RBIs, and three runs … Third in doubles on the Charlotte freshman record, tied fourth in RBIs, and tied seventh in hits … Atlantic 10 All-Conference Rookie Team selection... Second-Team NCCSIA All-State.
Prep: Went 33-0 her sophomore year at North Davidson en route to the state championship title ... Appeared in the state playoffs all for years ... Senior year was ranked in the top three in homeruns, batting average, and on base percentage ... First Team All-American ... Four-time recipient of all-county, all-district, and all-state awards ...Received athletic academic award.
Personal: Daughter of Ronnie and Delaney Plemmons ... Both parents played sports at Spartanburg Methodist ... Father Ronnie played for the White Sox ... Pre-Kinesiology major ... Born on November 17, 1993.
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