June 6, 2014
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Incoming Tennessee softball freshman Meghan Gregg has been named the 2014 Gatorade Georgia Softball Player of the Year.
Gregg is a lefty-batting shortstop with power and speed and led Flint River Academy (Woodbury, Ga.) to the Georgia Independent School Association Class AA state championship this past season, the Wildcats' third in four seasons. She is a two-time GISA Player of the Year and batted .766 with seven home runs, 31 RBIs, 16 stolen bases and an .830 on-base percentage. She is also a five-time All-State honoree.
Gregg, who maintained a 4.0 GPA, was a multi-sport star at Flint River Academy. She was a three-time all-state selection for basketball and the 2012 state champion in shot put. Gregg was also very active in community service, volunteering with a variety of organizations and serving as the president of her school's Key Club.
In club ball, Gregg won the 2013 ASA/USA Softball Girls' Gold 18-U National Championship last summer with her club team, the Atlanta Vipers. Her 2011 club team, the Georgia Impact Gold finished as the national runner-up at the 2011 ASA Nationals. Gregg's 2013 Chicago Bandits and 2012 Southern Force club teams finished in the top 10 of the PGF tournament in California.
Gregg is part of Tennessee's highly-touted 2014 signing class that ranked No. 6 in StudentSports.com's Top 25 Recruiting Class rankings. StudentSports.com rated Gregg as the No. 5 player in its Hot 100 Seniors ranking.