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Rick Pauly

Owner of PaulyGirl Fastpitch

About

Megan Wiggins, the 2013 Mizuno Player of the Year, has been named the Worth Homerun Champion twice (2012, 2013) and was the 2013 Co-Offensive Player of the Year—which she shared with the Pride’s GiOnna DiSalvatore. In 2014, Wiggins hit .289 in 40 games, tied for second in the NPF with 9 homeruns, and was sixth in the NPF with 27 RBIs.

Wiggins spent her first four years in the NPF with the Chicago Bandits, who drafted her eighth overall in 2011 out of the University of Georgia. Her best season statistically came in 2013 when she led the league with 61 hits, batted .433 on the season and hit 11 homeruns with 35 RBIs.

In the offseason, Wiggins plays in the Japan Softball League, the same league where Pride veterans Natasha Watley and Keilani Ricketts compete. She also owns a softball facility in Winder, Georgia called RipZone where she runs softball lessons and agility work with fastpitch players and teams.
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