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Locust Grove graduate Meagan Pildner’s first college softball season was a success although it ended early

Locust Grove graduate Meagan Pildner’s first college softball season was a success, even though it ended early because of the coronavirus.

The shortstop hit .338 with a home run, six doubles, 13 RBIs, seven walks and a .419 on-base percentage through 23 games this season for Point University. She also tied for the team lead with 17 runs scored and had a 14-game hitting streak until late in the season.

Pildner began her college career at West Alabama, but redshirted the 2019 season.

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