Megan McAllister
Megan  McAllister

Position:
Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Georgia ('07)

Megan McAllister completed her second season as an assistant coach for the Georgia program in 2011. In her first season with the program as an assistant coach in 2010, McAllister helped the Bulldogs reach the Women's College World Series and finish the season at 50-13. McAllister also aided in the Bulldogs establishing eight new single-season school records in 2010 including home runs (99), runs (422), doubles (102), RBI (380), total bases (944), walks (231), slugging percentage (.578) and on-base percentage (.413). In 2011, the Bulldogs continued to attack the offensive record books improving upon those school records in runs (434), RBI (390), walks (238) and on-base percentage (.418). Over her two years with the program, Georgia is 101-27.

McAllister rejoined the Georgia program after spending one season as an assistant coach at Wingate University in 2009. She helped guide the Wingate Bulldogs to a 33-16-1 overall record and the 2009 South Atlantic Conference regular season championship with a school-record 13 league wins.

Prior to her stint at Wingate, McAllister spent the 2008 season as a volunteer coach at her alma mater, Georgia. During her volunteer year at UGA, she worked primarily with the hitters and defense, and the Bulldogs went 46-24 and advanced to Super Regionals in the NCAA Tournament.

McAllister was a four-year letterwinner for Georgia from 2004-07, and in February of 2007, she was drafted by the Philadelphia Force of the National Professional Fast-Pitch League. During her playing career at Georgia, McAllister earned Easton second-team and NFCA third-team All-America honors in 2006 after hitting .350 with 16 doubles, a then school-record 16 home runs and 64 RBI. McAllister was also a first-team NFCA All-Southeast Region selection and a first-team All-SEC honoree for both the 2005 and 2006 seasons. She helped Georgia earn its second SEC Championship in 2005, and in 2004, she was selected to the SEC All-Freshmen Team. McAllister still holds the Georgia record for career home runs with 47, and also has career ranks of first (tied) in sacrifice flies (12), second in doubles (46), second in extra-base hits (93), second in RBI (184), third in walks (119), third in total bases (390), third in hit-by-pitches (39), fifth in hits (203), sixth in slugging percentage (.583), sixth in on-base percentage (.430).

A native of Carlsbad, Calif., McAllister earned a Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences degree in Consumer Economics from Georgia in May of 2007.

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