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Kelli McGlasson
29   Kelli McGlasson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oklahoma City, Okla.

High School:
Westmoore HS

Last College:
Seminole State College

Height:
5-4

Position:
Shortstop/Second Base

Experience:
1L

B/T:
R/R


Career at Tulsa - A returning letterwinner and starter . . . has played in 57 career games with 57 starts.

Junior (2006) - Transferred from Seminole State Junior College . . . started all 57 games in which she played this year, all at shortstop . . . ranked third on the team in batting average at .287 . . . tied for the team-high in hits with 49 and doubles with 10 . . . had a .970 fielding percentage . . . stole all seven bases that she attempted . . . was named the Team's Defensive Player of the Year, and was voted as the Team MVP by coaches and teammates . . . earned all-tournament team honors at the Getterman Classic . . . was 4-for-4 with one RBI in the third game of the year against Illinois . . . had 10 multiple hit games, but was the only player to have four hits in a game this year . . . tallied six multi-RBI games . . . her longest hitting streak of the season was seven games . . . knocked in the tying run and scored the winning run in a four-run bottom of the seventh inning come-from-behind 7-6 victory over East Carolina (4/9) . . . ended that game with three hits, two runs scored and two RBI.

Junior College - Earned all-Region II first-team honors as a sophomore, after earning second-team honors as a freshman . . . was the second-highest ranked player in Region II for the 2005 season as voted by the league's coaches . . . helped lead the Lady Trojans to a 52-20 record, a conference championship and a No. 17 national ranking as a sophomore . . . led the team in seven offensive categories, including hits (81), RBI (64), runs (41), doubles (23), walks (15), home runs (5) and triples (3) as sophomore . . . helped lead SSC to a 46-25 record as a freshman . . . posted a .333 batting average during freshman season . . . led the team with 20 walks, while posting the second most home runs with eight . . . also ranked third in runs scored with 42 and in stolen bases with 10 in 2004.

High School - Was a four-year letterwinner at Westmoore High School . . . earned all-state honors in both fast-pitch and slow-pitch softball as a senior . . . was the Metro Player of the Year in 2003 . . . played summer ball for the Oklahoma Xplosion . . . helped her club team win the ASA 18U National Championship with three hits in the championship game.

Personal - Economics major . . . born December 23, 1984 . . . daughter of Mickey and Janice McGlasson.