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Lacy Gregory
Lacy  Gregory
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Kingwood, TX

High School:
Kingwood HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
Utility

Birthdate:
05/16/1998

Experience:
1L


10/11/2017

Four North Texas Student-Athletes Earn NFCA Academic Honor

Honorees Must Maintain 3.5 GPA

02/11/2017

Mean Green Drop Saturday's Doubleheader

Arkansas Defeats North Texas 11-0, UMass Lowell Wins 8-6

North Texas 2017
• Named to Conference USA's All-Freshman team after hitting .317 with 53 hits, 11 doubles, one triple, seven home runs and 34 RBI
• Started all 56 games, including 26 at designated player
• Led the team in RBI (34), multi-RBI games (10) and doubles (11), while finishing second in home runs (seven), on-base percentage (.386) and slugging percentage (.521). Her 11 multi-hit games ranked third on the team
• Tallied five hits in 10 at bats at the Florida Tournament including a 2-for-3 showing on May 7 against No. 1 Florida with a double and a solo home run. The home run came against the top pitcher in the nation, Kelly Barnhill
• Went 1-for-2 against (RV) Texas on April 26
• Launched a game-winning home run against FAU on April 23
• Hit a walk-off single in the 3-2 comeback victory over FAU on April 22.
• Secured the second three-hit game of her career in the 3-2 victory over UTA on March 30
• Tallied four hits, one being her fifth home run of the season, and six RBI in the series sweep of UTEP between March 11-12 
• Collected four hits, two being home runs, and five RBI at the Texas Tech Invitational from March 3-5
• Went 8-for-16 at the Getterman Classic, with three extra-base hits, earning a spot of the all-tournament team
• Led the team in average (.455), OBP (.500), slugging (.818), hits (five) and RBI (5) at the North Texas Invitational
• Recorded first collegiate hit against UMass Lowell on Feb. 11
• Longest hitting streak of the season was 12 games
• Reached base in 16 straight games, the second longest streak of the season

High School

• Two-time all district selection
• Named all-conference defensive player of the year in 2011 and offensive player of the year in 2012
• Played in 58 games over sophomore and junior seasons, hitting at a .397 with 36 runs scored, 42 RBI, 13 doubles, two triples and four home runs
• Hit .380 as a sophomore and upped her average to .407 as a junior
• Helped Kingwood to a 25-10 record and the regional 5A regional semifinals in 2014 and a 25-7 record and the 6A regional quarterfinals in 2015
• Was a member of the VYPE Houston Preseason Top 25 for the 2015 season
• Played for head coach Lauren Hendrix
• Has a twin sister, Lindsay, who also plays for the North Texas softball team

Coach Kee on Lacy Gregory: “Lacy is a utility player who has the ability to hit for average and power. Her inner competitiveness will help our program grow as a whole. Her unselfishness to move to wherever our needs are, shows her desire to always put the team first.”

Why Lacy chose North Texas: “I chose The University of North Texas because the second I stepped on campus I felt like it was home. It's a fairly new program with a lot of potential so it gives our class a great opportunity to make a big impact and leave our legacy. I can't wait to be a part of the Mean Green family in 2016!”

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