Junior Hurler Courtney Martin is First Colonial on First Team Since 2007
At GW: 2006 -Started all 52 games at shortstop and led the Colonials with a .414 batting average, 65 hits, 39 runs, 13 doubles, seven triples, 29 runs batted in, .662 slugging percentage, 104 total bases and 22 stolen bases en route to being named to the CoSIDA Academic All-American first-team ... was also named to the All-Atlantic 10 first-team and A-10 Student Athlete of the Year ... led the A-10 in triples and batting average ... finished second in the conference in stolen bases, slugging, on-base pct., and total bases ... led the squad with 19 multi-hit hit games, including three four-hit games ... Raised her average 42 points by batting .875 with three runs scored, five runs batted in, three doubles, a home run, and two stolen bases in the doubleheader against Rhode Island (Mar. 26) ... ESPN The Magazine First Team All-District ... NFCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region Second Team ... Spring 2006 Commissioners Honor Roll. 2005 - Started all 44 games at shortstop and led the Colonials with a .329 batting average, 47 hits, 27 runs, four triples and 21 stolen bases en route to earning A-10 Academic All-Conference honors ... led the A-10 in triples, was second in stolen bases and finished eighth in batting average ... also tied for the team lead with 12 walks and finished second with 68 total bases ... led the squad with 12 multi-hit games, including two four-hit games ... had four hits, a home run and three runs scored at Temple (5/1) ... notched 10 hits, a home run, two RBI and eight runs scored during GW's three-game winning streak against Coppin State (3/10) and Colgate (3/14) ... NFCA Academic Scholar-Athlete and Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar. 2004 - Started all seven games for the Colonials at shortstop ... voted team captain and MVP for the second straight season ... led the team in hits (5), runs (5), total bases (7) and steals (9), while finishing second with a .263 batting average ... went 3-for-3 with a triple and an RBI against Colgate (2/29) ... member of GW's Athletics Dean's List. 2003 - Recorded the first hit, run and win in GW softball history ... voted team captain and MVP ... led the team with 26 hits in 2003 ... led team in batting average, hits, at-bats, triples, total bases, slugging percentage, walks and stolen bases ... appeared in 27 games as a pitcher ... only GW player to start all 39 games ... only pitcher in the Atlantic 10 to have more strikeouts (118) than innings pitched (116) ... finished third in the A-10 in assists ... one of 50 players invited to the USA Jr. National Team trials ... GW's first ever softball signee ... Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
High School: Appeared in USA Today, ESPN The Magazine and Sports Illustrated as one of 25 national Student Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year award recipients ... named GA-WIN Fematle Athlete of the Year ... received the Bobbie Bailey Award ... named to Who's Who in Sports ... Wendy's High School Heisman Nominee ... named to USSSA and ISA All-World teams ... named USSSA World Series Best Defensive Player ... was a two time USSSA All-Georgia Team selection ... Named to the All-County team all four years in high school ... named All-County MVP as a sophomore and junior ... voted team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior ... named the North Georgia Player of the Year as a junior ... runner-up for Georgia Player of the Year as a sophomore ... set a school record with 73 base hits in one season as a junior ... had a .437 batting average with four home runs and 18 stolen bases as a senior ... posted a 2.04 ERA with 58 strikeouts as a pitcher ... earned 11 letters in four sports (softball, basketball, soccer and track) ... was her class Salutatorian.
Personal: Born on October 10, 1984 in Oceanside, CA ... daughter of Edward, a former player with the NFL's Atlanta Falcons, and Janet Meyers ... has two sisters: Erica (23) and Elise (19) ... enjoys basketball, football, reading and running ... exercise science major.
Meyers' Career Batting Statistics
Meyers' Career Pitching Statistics