Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Meghan Rico, a former standout at King Philip High School, is a freshman pitcher at George Washington University.
Former King Philip High standout Meg Rico and her George Washington University softball teammates will be playing Saint Louis University today in the Atlantic-10 Championship at UMass-Amherst at 10 a.m. On the season, the freshman pitcher is 13-10 with a 3.06 earned run average in 31 appearances, 24 starts. Rico has struckout 133 batters, walked 126 and opponents are hitting .198 against her. George Washington softball team earned the No. 4 seed in the Atlantic 10 Championship. If they beat St. Louis, they will move on to play No. 1 seed St. Joseph's Thursday at noon. The Colonials (26-21 overall and 13-7 in A10) concluded the regular season by dropping both ends of a doubleheader to Saint Joseph's at the GW Softball Field on the Mount …
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Former King Philip standout Meghan Rico was honored by the Atlantic-10 for her pitching at George Washington University.
Thursday, April 18
George Washington University softball pitcher Meghan Rico, a former King Philip High standout, was named as Pitcher and Rookie of the Week for games played April 8-14 in the Atlantic 10. The announcement was made Monday. Rico was outstanding in the circle for the Colonials last week. In three appearances, including two starts, she went 3-0 with a 0.54 ERA, striking out 18 and allowing just one run on five hits in 13.0 innings, holding opponents to a .116 batting average. Rico started the week with a complete game win at Mount St. Mary's, when she gave up one run on three hits and struck out eight. The Wrentham native tossed a perfect seventh inning in relief to earn the win in the first game against St. Bonaventure on Saturday, then tossed…
Monday, May 2, 2011
Meghan Rico only allows one single against the Black Knights.
In the numbers’ game, the King Philip girls’ softball team is perfect. With their 15-0 win at Stoughton Monday, the Warriors qualified for the tournament with a 10-0 record. The game was stopped after six innings because of the 15-run slaughter rule. “That was No.1 and now we have some more work to do,” said KP head coach Jim Leonard of getting back to the postseason. The next number for the Warriors is 0.00. “Their No. 1 pitcher (Meghan Rico) and their No. 2 (Meg Carnase) haven’t given up an earned run, so that makes them 0.00,” said Stoughton head coach Janet Sullivan. Rico toed the pitching rubber against the Black Knights and only allowed one hit, a leadoff single by Stoughton’s clean-up hitter Nicole Beaurgard to center field. Rico …