|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
|High School:||Point Loma|
NFCA Northeast All-Region Second Team…Ivy League Player of the Year…Ivy League Player of the Week (March 31)…Led the team in batting average (.447), slugging percentage (.833), on base percentage (.596), hits (51), runs scored (43) and home runs (10)…Stole a team-high 11 bases…Recorded a team-high 14 steal attempts…Started in 41 of 43 games played…Saw 114 plate appearances…Went 3-4 with four RBI’s and two home runs vs. Lamar (Feb. 28)…Went 3-3 with two doubles and one home run at Penn (March 27)…Went 3-3 with one RBI and one home run at Yale (April 11).
Unanimous First Team All-Ivy … College Sports Madness Player of the Week (May 5)…Started in all 48 games as a sophomore…Made 47 starts at shortstop and one as the designated player…Second on the team in batting average (.344)…First in slugging percentage (.618), hits (54), RBI (30), Doubles (15), home runs (8) – Dartmouth single-season record with doubles and slugging percentage...Second in single-season record for home runs…fifth in single-season for RBI…Had two extra base hits (double, triple) against North Florida (February 21)…Hit a two-run home run against Fairfield (March 2)…Had a nine-game hitting streak (March 14-21)…Hit the game-winning home run in extra innings and had four RBI against San Diego (March 19)…Knocked a home run and three RBI against Bethune-Cookman (March 21)…Nailed a solo home run at Cornell (March 29)…Went 4-4 with a home run and two RBI against Columbia (April 4)…Went 3-3 with two doubles against Penn (April 5)…Went 3-3 with a double and two RBI against Harvard (April 28)…Finished the season with a four-game hitting and RBI streak…Had three hits and five RBI in the Ivy League Championship Series against Penn (May 3-4).
Ivy League Rookie of the Year … First-Team All-Ivy … Ivy League Rookie of the Week (April 30, March 26) … Co-Ivy League Player of the Week (March 26) … Outstanding rookie campaign, batting .331 in 45 games with 44 starts … Set single-season records in home runs (10), RBI (38) and became the first player in Dartmouth and Ivy League history to hit for the cycle against Iowa State (Mar. 22) … Second on the team in slugging percentage (.634) and third in on-base percentage (.405) … McEachern’s 28 runs and 38 RBI’s led the team … Posted eight doubles and three triples on the season, both second-best on the Big Green squad.
Four-year letterwinner at Point Loma HS ... Her travel softball team won the 2011 Adidas Futures National Championship ... Earned Point Loma HS Freshman of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore ... During her junior campaign was Co-Player of the Year and Western League Player of the Year ... Earned First team All-Western League as a junior ... Four-time Union Tribune Scholar-Athlete award winner ... Earned the AP Scholar Award.
Daughter of Alan and Mary McEachern ... Has three siblings, one brother and two sisters ... Comes from an athletic family ... Sister, Kelly, played golf at Cal Poly SLO (2005-09) and father, Alan, was a member of the crew team as San Diego State ... Great grandfather, John Beckett, played football at Oregon and was the MVP of the 1917 Rose Bowl.
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