2007 - Had the best season of her career recording career highs in virtually every offensive category despite playing in just 31 games ... exactly half of her base hits went for extra bases (9/18) ... started the season on fire batting .833 with two home runs, seven RBIs, five runs scored, two doubles, a stolen base and two walks at the Mercer Classic (2/23-2/24) ... slugged the first Grand Slam in GW history in her 3-3, two home run, five RBI game at Mercer (2/23) ... homered at the Atlantic 10 Tournament vs. Saint Louis (5/9) ... threw out 33% of would-be base stealers behind the plate ... did not commit an error for the second consecutive season.
2006 - Started 28 games for the Colonials behind the plate ... drove in two runs versus Iona (Mar. 16)... went 1-1 with three runs scored, a walk and a stolen base against Rhode Island (Mar. 26)... recorded two base hits versus Temple (Apr. 21) ... Spring 2006 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2005 - One of just five Colonials to start all 44 games at catcher ... finished the season with a .139 batting average, eight RBI, two doubles and four runs scored ... second on the team with a .984 fielding percentage ... went 1-for-3 with two RBI in a 12-1 win over Colgate (3/14) ... had two hits and an RBI versus George Mason (5/5) ... recorded three hits and three RBI during a three-game stretch against Rhode Island (3/26) and in a doubleheader sweep versus La Salle (3/29). 2004 - Started all seven games for GW ... split time between second base and catcher ... hit .071 with two runs and an RBI in 14 at-bats ... also stole three bases in four attempts ... committed just one error in 39 chances.
High School: Named All-Suburban One League designated hitter ... named to Pennsylvania All-State Second-Team in 2003 ... batted .400 during the regular season and .600 during the playoffs as a senior ... member of the Suburban One League and District 1 championship teams as a sophomore, junior and senior ... finished in the Final Four of the AAA Pennsylvania State Playoffs in 2003 ... played on the PIAA AAA state championship team as a sophomore going 29-0 ... played club softball for the Pennsbury Gems ... was team captain from 1998 to 2003 ... Gems were 2003 ASA 18-U Eastern National champions ... 2002 Pennsylvania ASA 18-U State Champions and NSA 18-U State runner-ups ... also played three years of varsity field hockey and ran indoor track ... earned four Presidential Awards for outstanding academic achievement ... won the foreign language award ... National Honor Society member ... Who's Who Among High School Students.
Personal: Born Colleen Elizabeth Kegler on November 20, 1984 in St. Louis, MO ... daughter of George and Debbie Kegler ... has one sister, Kate ... also enjoys field hockey, reading and photography accounting major ... will begin working for Deloitte & Touche in September, 2008.
Kegler's Career Batting Statistics
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