Megan Sweet
Megan  Sweet


Bakersfield, Calif.

High School:
Frontier HS






Record number of Wolf Pack student-athletes set graduate at University Commencement ceremonies this week

65 Wolf Pack student-athletes to earn degrees


Pack falls in extra innings

Sweet's double tied it in the seventh


Pack's rally falls short in the seventh

Nevada falls to San Diego State


Nevada completes sweep over New Mexico

Dortch goes the distance to improve to 9-6 overall


Win streak at seven as Nevada sweeps two more

Wolf Pack Classic wraps up on Sunday

SENIOR (2016) – Leaves as one of the best to ever wear a Wolf Pack uniform … First Team All-Mountain West … NFCA Third Team All-West Region … One of six players in program history to be named all-conference three times … Her .374 career batting average, 37 home runs, 167 RBI, 156 runs scored, 428 total bases and .648 slugging percentage are program records ... Set the all of the aforementioned records as a senior … Ranks second all-time with 247 hits, 60 doubles and a .457 on-base percentage … Hit .406 with 13 home runs, 13 doubles, 65 hits, 52 RBI and a .744 slugging percentage … Ranked fourth in the Mountain West in batting average, third in slugging and second in RBI … Tied for first in home runs and tied for second in hits … Finished 22nd in the nation with 1.11 RBI per game … Led the Wolf Pack in home runs, hits and RBI … Her 13 round trippers and 52 runs driven each tied program single season records … Hit .403 with six doubles, seven homers and 27 RBI in conference play … Posted team-highs with 20 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI performances … Registered two games of five RBI or more … Posted a team-best 19 reached base streak … Recorded a .471 batting average with three doubles in five games against San Jose State and Fresno State … Went 2-for-4 with three RBI in the win over Indiana (Feb. 12) … Tallied four RBI with a double and a home run that helped top UC Davis (Feb. 19) … Homered in three-straight games against the Aggies (Feb. 19), UTEP (Feb. 19) and Portland State (Feb. 20) … Named Mountain West Player of the Week after hitting .500 with three home runs and nine RBI in a 5-0 weekend for the Pack at the DeMarini Desert Classic … Racked up five RBI including a go-ahead grand slam in a win over Montana (March 20) …  Lifted Nevada to a 10-4 victory at San Diego State (March 29) with two home runs and four RBI … Had two home runs with six RBI in a rubber-match win at UNLV (April 17) … Her second home run on that day broke Brittany Puzey’s career home run record ... Had six RBI and five hits with a home run in the final series of her career at Utah State (May 12-14).

JUNIOR (2015) – All-Mountain West First Team … Her .405 batting average set a program single-season record … Became the first player in program history to hit over .400 in a single season … Ranked 10th in the MW in hitting … Hit .462 with six home runs and 21 RBI, all team-highs, in MW play … Ranked eighth in batting average (.405), tied for fifth in slugging percentage (.667), tied for fourth in doubles (16) and was fifth in home runs (10) and total bases (112) … In conference play, Sweet ranked third in the MW in batting average (.462), hits (36) and home runs (six) … Posted seven games with three hits or more and had four three-plus RBI games … Led the team with 24 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI games … Set career-highs in home runs, hits (68), RBI (48), slugging (.667) and on-base percentage (.469) … Her 68 hits were the fifth-most in a single-season in school history … Led the team with a 1.136 OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage) … Ranked first on the squad with a .397 BABIP, a metric that measures batting average and excludes home runs and strikeouts … Pieced together an 11-game hitting streak in conference play where she hit .641 (25-for-39), four home runs, 14 RBI and 13 runs scored without a single strikeout … Tallied a career-high four hits against Seattle (2/13) … Walked a season-best three times against BYU (2/26) … Racked up six RBI, a career-high, in an 8-0 win over Portland State (3/13) … Went 2-for-3 with a season-best two doubles against Northern Colorado (2/27) … Went 2-for-2 with four RBI and a home run against Southern Illinois (2/27) … Crossed the plate a season-high four times in a win over the Salukis (2/28) … Collected 10 RBI over a five game span from 2/28 to 3/13 … Against the top three teams in the MW (San Diego State, Fresno State, San Jose State), went 14-for-28 (.500) with four home runs, 12 RBI and a 1.533 OPS … Blasted two home runs against Boise State on April 10.

SOPHOMORE (2014) – All-Mountain West Second Team … appeared and started in all 52 games for Nevada as the team’s primary shortstop … ranked highly in the nation, and led the conference, with 21 doubles on the year (tying the Mountain West single-season record and setting a new Nevada single-season mark) … also set a new Nevada single-season record with 53 runs scored, tops in the league … finished the season ranked in the top-10 in a slew of offensive categories in the MW: seventh in slugging percentage (.649), 10th in on-base percentage (.444), tied for eighth in hits (62), tied for 10th in home runs (8), third in total bases (111), ninth in plate appearances (199), tied for fifth in at-bats (171) … posted the second-highest batting average on the team (.363) … drove in 38 runs and collected two triples … went 6-for-9 on steal attempts … drew 23 walks and was hit by the pitch three times … struck out just 11 times during the year … recorded 110 putouts, 75 assists and committed 10 errors for a .949 fielding percentage … had 20 multi-hit games, including a couple of three-hit games, going 3-for-4 with three doubles, a RBI and two runs scored at Grand Canyon (2/21) and a 3-for-4 performance with two doubles and two runs scored against UC Santa Barbara (3/8) … had 15 multi-run scored games, including a pair of four-runs scored outings, versus BYU (2/15) and against North Dakota (3/14) … recorded 11 multi-RBI games, including a four-RBI game against North Dakota (3/14) … began the year on a five-game hit streak and hit safely in eight of her first nine games of the year … registered a season-high nine-game hit streak from April 11 through April 27, collecting 14 hits during the stretch … homered twice in back-to-back games at Utah State (5/4) and against Fresno State (5/8) … went 2-for-2 at the plate with two doubles, two RBI and two stolen bases versus Portland State (2/14).

FRESHMAN (2013) – Started all 53 games and played shortstop for the majority of the season in her first year in the Silver and Blue ... Hit .321 and drew 33 walks, one shy of the Nevada single-season record ... Doubled 14 times, tripled once and homered six times ... Drove in 29 runs and scored 41 ... Got on base a ton in her first year adding nine hit by pitch for an OBP of .456, the second-best number on the team ... Slugged .531 ... Added two stolen bases in three tries.

HIGH SCHOOL – Earned three varsity letters in softball as well as three in basketball ... Hit at least .400 in each varsity season at Frontier High School in Bakersfield, CA, including .505 in 2009 ... First-team all-area in the same season, as well as in 2010 ... All West-Yosemite League performer from 2008-10.

PERSONAL – Daughter of Michael and Jeneen Sweet ... Full name is Megan Janel Sweet ... Majoring in general studies … Has two sisters, Sarah and Lindsey ... Played her club softball for the Central California Dirt Dogs ... Can ride a unicycle ... Likes to spend time with friends and play video games in her spare time.

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