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Mollie Fowler

Mollie  Fowler


King, N.C.

High School:
West Stokes




NOTES: Recipient of the 2008 Coleman Lews & Associates Leadership Award ... Named to the NCCSIA 2008 All-State team at DP ... 2008 Preseason Southern All-Conference Second Team.

2008 (Junior): Played in all 55 games and started 52 ... Split most of her time between first base and designated player ... Led the team with seven homeruns and 30 RBI ... Ranked second on the team with a .290 batting average ... Hit the first grand-slam of her career against College of Charleston, the four RBI was a game-high ... Had five multiple hit performances ... Ranked fifth in the record books for homeruns in a career with 12.

2007 (Sophomore): 2007 Southern Conference First Team selection (utility) ... Named to the 2007 Spring Southern Conference's TIAA-CREF Academic All-Conference team ... Played in 43 games and started 38 ... Split time between first and second base ... Hit three game-winning homeruns in the season ... She had two homeruns against Chattanooga including the walk-off homerun to defeat the Lady Mocs ... Hit the eventual game-winning homerun against College of Charleston ... Also hit the game-winning homerun against Georgia Southern in the first round of the Southern Conference Tournament ... Ranked third on the team in homeruns with five ... Ranked second on the team in batting average with a .343 ... In conference only games, Fowler led the team with a .392 batting average and recorded 10 of her 16 total RBI and also had 20 of her 37 hits in conference games ... Had 10 multiple hit performances.

2006 (Freshman): Started each of the 10 games she saw action in prior to the season-ending injury, nine at short stop and one at second base ... Recorded one multiple-hit game, going 2-for-4 against South Carolina State in game two of the home-opening double-header ... Was one of four returning Catamounts to be awarded the SoCon's Commissioner's Medals ... Was also named to the SoCon's Honor Roll for the 2005-06 academic year.

High School: Earned All-Central Carolina Conference honors four-straight years, starting on the varsity squad each season ... Was named to the 2005 NCFSCA All-State team at the 2-A division, as well as named All-Stokes County ... Earned back-to-back Central Carolina Player of the Year honors as both a junior and senior ... As a junior, broke the North Carolina state record for career (23) and single-season homeruns ... In 2004, as a member of the North Carolina All-Star team, tallied the squad's lone hit off the United States' Olympic Softball team and pitcher Lisa Fernandez ... Began playing club softball at 13 for the Carolina Cardinals, appearing in four national tournaments ... Was also an all-conference performer on the hardwood, playing varsity basketball each season as a prep.

Personal: Full name is Mollie Elizabeth Fowler ... Daughter of Franklin and Terri Fowler ... Has two siblings; Meghan and Matthew ... Majoring in Elementary Education.