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Courtney Hill
Courtney  Hill


Hattiesburg, Miss.

High School:
Oak Grove HS

Last College:
Mississippi College





Very athletic ... Will challenge for playing time at second base ... Could also see time in the outfield ... Good speed and quickness ... Solid short game as well as power game ... Batted .250 during the fall season with five hits including a double ... 2010 (Jr.): Miss the entire season recovering from a knee injury ... 2009 (So.): Played in 34 games with 32 starts at second base before sustaining a season-ending knee injury against Memphis-2 (3/28/09) ... Missed the final 22 games ... Before the injury, batted .333 with 34 hits and 18 RBI ... Recorded two triples against Mississippi State (2/11/09) and N.C. Central (2/28/09) ... Had two triples in the same inning against N.C. Central ... Led the team in stolen bases with 13 ... Second on the team in runs scored with 21 ... Had a pinch-hit double against South Dakota State to plate a game-tying run that extended the game in extra innings ... Had the team's longest hitting streak at seven games (2/6-2/13) ... Had nine multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games ... 2008 (Fr): Attended Mississippi College, where she was the starting shortstop ... Batted .370 with a team-leading 54 hits, including nine doubles, four triples and three home runs ... Had 19 RBI ... Was 13-of-18 in stolen bases ... Led the team in runs scored with 38 ... One of only three players to start every game ... Prep: Was a five-year letterwinner at Oak Grove High School, where she helped the team win two state titles and two runner-up titles ... A member of the South All-Star team ... Finished her career with a .360 batting average ... Led her team in batting average, runs and hits during her senior season ... Member of MHSAA Scholar Academic Team for four consecutive years ... Played with teammates Logan James and Megan Hill ... Travel Ball: Played travel ball for the Southern Storm of Mississippi, winning four ASA State Championships ... The 18U team finished seventh at the 2005 ASA/USA Softball Junior Olympic National Championship ... Personal: Daughter of Moses and Shirley Hill ... Sister Megan was a four-time All-Conference USA performer for the Golden Eagle Softball Team ... Mother was an All-Star basketball performer at Southern Miss and was the first female inducted into the Southern Miss M-Club Alumni Sports Hall of Fame ... An exercise science major.

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