Dighton, Mass. / Dighton-Rehoboth Regional
At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad • will battle for the starting spot as the team’s designated player • valuable pinch hitter for UD • has batted .172 through her first two seasons with 21 hits, eight runs scored and seven RBI.
2012 Season: Appeared in 33 games while making six starts for the Blue Hens • batted .143 with six hits and three RBI during the year • drilled a two-run homer during the 6-4 win over Florida Gulf Coast (2/18) • recorded an RBI double in the 13-2 victory over Army (2/25), and added a single against Monmouth later in the day • posted singles against Villanova (3/18) and Penn (4/25).
2011 Season: Appeared in 44 games while starting 30, including 20 as the designated player and 10 as the catcher • batted .188 on the year with 15 hits, seven runs scored and four RBI • increased her average to .333 in 16 conference games • scored three runs in a doubleheader sweep of Hampton (3/1) • delivered a two-run single and scored a run during a victory at UMES (3/13) • drilled only home run of the season against Ball State (3/18) • went 2 for 2 with a walk and a run scored during a win at George Mason (3/27) • had an RBI single against Delaware State (3/30) • singled and scored a run in a win over James Madison (4/9) • went 2 for 2 at Georgia State (4/16) • earned team’s Sportsmanship Award.
High School: Four-year letterwinner in softball and three-year letterwinner in field hockey at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School • selected Taunton Gazette All-Star for three consecutive years and Attleboro Sun Chronicle All-Star in both sports • named Boston Globe All-Star • first team All-South Coast Conference selection in softball • earned team's Best Defensive Player Award • served as team captain in both sports • honor roll student during senior year.
Personal: Brittney Jeanne Noons • daughter of Bob and Michele McNamara • has a sister, Ashley • honor student as a health and physical education major at Delaware • enjoys working with handicapped children.
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