Following a 2019 campaign that saw her earn First-Team All-NCAC honors, freshman Megan Davis has been selected as a Second-Team All-Region honoree by the National Fastpitch Coaches' Association, announced the NFCA on Wednesday.
Davis became the first First-Team All-NCAC selection for the Terriers since 2014. Additionally, she was the fourth Hiram freshman to earn first-team laurels, and the first since Brittany Zajac in 2014.
As far as all-region honors, 2019 marks the second-straight season in which a Hiram first-year player has been honored. Davis joins sophomore Kaitlyn Hager, who also earned Second-Team status last season.
Despite missing part of the season due to injury, Davis was one of the most efficient players in the North Coast Athletic Conference. She was one of four players to hit over .400 on the season, ranking third in the league with a .432 batting average.
Along with leading the Terriers with in batting average, Davis also led the team in slugging percentage (.580), doubles (10) and RBIs (17), despite playing in only 25 games throughout the year.
Being named to the second-team as a utility player, Davis was solid against conference foes, hitting .414 on the season. Throughout the year she posted eight multi-hit games, and totaled multi-RBI performances, five times, including posting a four-RBI outing against Cal Lutheran on March 4.
Davis was one of eight players from the NCAC to be named an All-Central Region selection, four of which were first-year athletes. She joins Oberlin freshman Cat Moruzzi and Wittenberg sophomore Elise Freeland as the three second-team honorees from the conference.