- class Senior
- Previous School Central Arizona
- High school Regis
2007 (junior): Played in 50 games, earning 48 starts … Batted .243 with 12 runs batted in … Smacked six doubles and drew 27 walks … Crossed the plate 28 times … Recorded eight multi-hit games, including two three-hit performances … Scored three times against St. Mary’s … Went 2-3 with with three RBI against Butler … Enjoyed a five-game hit streak … Was also stellar in the field posting a .972 fielding percentage.
2006 (Central Arizona JC): Joined the Wildcats after spending the past two seasons at Central Arizona College, one of the nation’s top junior college programs … Is a potent threat at the plate and fonished the season with a .394 batting average … Stole 31 bases in 38 attempts and scored 56 runs … Notched eight triples and had 42 RBI … In 180 at bats, Meyers struck out just eight times … Ranked second in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference with eight triples … Her 31 stolen bases placed her among league leaders, ranking fourth in the conference … Earned first team All-ACCAC honors … Named to the all-region team.
2005 (Central Arizona JC): Finished her freshman season ranked fifth in the league with 96 hits … Was sixth in the conference with 37 stolen bases … Was named third team All-Conference by the ACCAC … All-Tournament team member of the 2005 squad that won the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national championship … Batted .406 on the year and earned third team All-ACCAC honors.
High School: Played at Regis High School and was named the Tri-River conference Player of the Year as a senior … Earned first team all-state accolades in 2004 after batting .500 with 30 RBI and 17 stolen bases … Named the 2A Player of the Year as a senior … Was a Tri-River Conference first team selection as a catcher in 2004 … Received second team all-state honors as a sophomore and again as a junior … Was a Tri-River Conference first team outfield selection in 2003.
Personal: Chose Kentucky because she liked the girls and the coaches … Chose UK over Memphis.