Susan Waters
Susan  Waters

Davenport, OK

High School:
Davenport HS




Hall Of Fame Induction Set For April 8

Football, Softball, Men's Basketball Represented In 2016 Class

Career: Was inducted into the North Texas Athletics Hall of Fame in 2016... Was on the Mean Green's first team when North Texas reintroduced softball in 2004...In the team's inaugural game on Feb. 4, 2004, Waters got the Mean Green's first hit, a home run that tied the game against nationally-ranked Texas A&M. She went on to become the most prolific hitter in Mean Green softball history...Was a fixture at third base and the No. 4 slot in the batting order from 2004 to 2007. She was first-team All-Sun Belt her junior and senior seasons after being one of the nation's leaders in home runs per game. She is the author of the No. 1 and No. 2 records for most home runs in a season: 18 in 2006 and 17 in 2007. She also holds the career home run record at North Texas with 49...Is No. 1 all-time at North Texas in career RBI, multiple-RBI games and total bases, and is also in the top five in career hits, doubles, multiple-hit games, slugging percentage and walks. Waters holds the single-season records for RBI, home runs, multiple-RBI games, slugging percentage and total bases.

Named first-team All-Sun Belt for second year in a row ... Set four single-season school records in 2007... Holds 13 single-season school records and 13 career records ... Led North Texas in home runs (17), runs scored (45) and RBI (41) in 2007 ... Was among the nation's home runs leaders and finished the season ranked 14th with a .30 home runs per game average ... Was also ranked 43rd nationally in slugging percentage (.707) ... Named to NMSU Las Cruces Invitational All-Tournament Team after leading team with .625 hitting percentage, 10 hits and five RBI ... Posted a home run for first hit of 2007 season against Colorado State ... Posted three home runs in 16 at-bats in first five games ... Knocked in run against No. 10 Texas ... Went 2-for-3 against Nicholls State with a two-run home run and two runs scored ... Posted NT's first home run at Lovelace Stadium ... Scored NT's first run at Lovelace Stadium ... Was named to Tulsa Invitational All-Tournament Team for third straight year ... Posted home run against Tulsa ... Knocked in three runs in the series against ULM ... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI single and a run scored in the 6-5 win against ULM ... Went 3-for-4 against Louisiana Tech with two RBI and a double ... Went 3-for-3 with three RBI, a double and a home run against Central Arkansas ... Went 3-for-4 against Florida Atlantic with two home runs ... Tied a school record that she orginally set with 10 total bases against FAU ... Posted two home runs against UMKC ... Hit a three-run homer against Texas Tech ... Knocked in four runs against UMKC and Texas Tech ... Posted solo home run against FIU ... Named Sun Belt Player of the Week for week of April 2 ... Posted four home runs and nine RBI in five games ... Posted two home runs in the win against Western Kentucky ... Tied a career high with RBI against WKU ... Set a school record with six at-bats against WKU ... Posted a home run against No. 22 Louisiana-Lafayette ... Posted a two-run home run against SFA ... Knocked in two runs with a single in the win against ULL in the conference tournament.

2006: Named first-team All-Sun Belt ... Named preseason All-Sun Belt ... Named ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District ... Set a career high with a seven-game hitting streak ...Led team with 14 doubles, 18 home runs and 53 RBI ... Set a single-season record for home runs (18) and RBI (53) at North Texas ... Set 10 single-season records in 2006 ... Tied for 18th in the nation with home run average of .30 per game ... Ranked 29th in the nation in slugging percentage (.720) ... Went 2-for-4 with an RBI single against Louisiana Tech ... Both hits against Louisiana Tech came in the fourth inning ... Went 5-for-8 with six RBI in the combined two games against Nicholls State ... Hit two solo home runs in the 6-4 loss, a feat she has done twice before ... Set a school record with 10 total bases in the loss against Nicholls State ... Named to the Tulsa Festival All-Tournament Team for second year in a row ... Hit .333, going 6-for-18 in five games ... Five of her six hits were for extra bases, including two home runs ... Knocked in the game-winning run with a double in the top of the seventh inning against Creighton ... Posted a three-RBI triple against Louisiana-Monroe ... Scored winning run in 4-3 win against ULM ... Named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week on March 13 after posting seven hits in the OU/Worth Invitational ... Posted two home runs against No. 14 Oklahoma ... Followed that up with two home runs against Wichita State ... Named to the Dean's List ... Member of the Sun Belt Commissioner's List.

2005: Led team with five home runs and 20 RBI ... Second on the team with eight multi-hit games ... Was first on the team with five multi-RBI games ... Led team with nine doubles ... Second on the team with 32 hits ... Knocked in the game-winning run with a sacrifice fly against Texas State ... Posted two home runs against Stephen F. Austin ... Only the second player at North Texas to post two homers in a single game ... Named to the Embassy Suites-Tulsa Invite All-Tournament Team ...Named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week ... Batted .562 at the Tulsa Invite ... Posted five doubles and six RBI in five games with an .862 slugging percentage ... Went 2-for-4 against Louisiana-Monroe, including the game-winning hit in the top of the ninth inning ... In the same day, she went 2-for-3 in the win against Tulsa with three RBI and two doubles ... Closed out the weekend with a 2-for-3 performance against Wisconsin, including a two-RBI double ... Tied the game against No. 6 Texas with an RBI single ... Went 2-for-4 with one RBI, one run scored and a home run in the third game against FIU ... Posted a three-run homer against No. 9 Baylor ... Named to the Dean's List ... Member of the Sun Belt Commissioner's List.

2004: Only Mean Green player to play in all 79 games, started 78 ... Started 69 games at third base ... Led team with nine home runs ... Tied for first with five multi RBI games ... Fourth on team with .232 batting average ... Recorded eight multi-hit games ... Hit safely in six straight games ... First seven hits of career were all for extra bases ... Part of an infield that fielded 30 double plays ... Posted her first collegiate hit with a home run against No. 18 Texas A&M in the Mean Green's opening game ... The home run was the Mean Green's first hit in its new program ... The home run tied the game at 1-1 ... Recorded her first career double and RBI in her second game versus Pacific ... Became first Mean Green player in new era to hit two home runs in a game ... Went 2-for-2 with two long balls and four RBI against Northwestern Oklahoma State ... Named to the Dean's List ... Member of the Sun Belt Commissioner's List.

High School: Named all-state at shortstop as a senior ... Batted .565 as a senior with eight home runs, 23 doubles, seven triples, 63 RBI's and a 1.056 slugging percentage ... Was a four-year starter, lead Davenport to three consecutive fastpitch state championships sophomore, junior, and senior year ... Hit two home runs at the state tournament senior year ... Batted .477 for career ... Selected all-state in slowpitch, leading Davenport to four consecutive state slowpitch championships ... Named academic all-state in basketball and valedictorian of senior class. Personal Born on August 25, 1985 to Dan and Mary Waters in Oklahoma ... Has six sisters ... Sister, Rebecca, is a freshman on the North Texas softball team ... Oldest sister, Sara, just graduated from Oklahoma Christiam University where she was a four-year starter on the softball team ... Majoring in kinesiology.
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