Meredith Eisenhut Eberz '02
One of the outstanding woman athletes in St. Lawrence history, Meredith Eisenhut Eberz still holds career scoring records in soccer and basketball and has the three best single-season batting averages and the career batting average lead in softball. She was a five-time Upstate Collegiate Athletic Association Player of the Year in three sports and was the 2002 NCAA Division III Player of the Year and a first-team All America in women's basketball.
She holds or shares a total of 14 career records, 10 season records and five game records among her three sports. She was a four-time all conference selection in her four years of basketball and softball and was also all conference in each of her four years of soccer. She earned Regional All America honors three times in soccer, twice in softball and is the only first team national All America in women's basketball. She was UCAA Player of the Year in soccer, basketball and softball in the 2000-01 season.
Meredith finished her soccer career with a record 42 goals, 95 points and 12 game-winning goals, is the all-time women's basketball scoring leader with 1,456 points and holds the career records for assists, steals and free throws and had a career batting average of over .500 in softball with a single season best of .561 in 2000. In addition to national Player of the Year honors, she was also ECAC Player of the Year in 2001-02 and was named a freshman All America by DIII News in addition to being UCAA Rookie of the Year in basketball in 1998-99.
Also an outstanding student, she was ECAC-Robbins Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2002, the first St. Lawrence athlete to earn that award, the New York State Senior Scholar-Athlete in 2002, all academic in all three of her sports and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She also earned membership in academic honoraries Pi Mu Epsilon and Omicron Delta Kappa. She was the St. Lawrence Freshman Athlete of the Year in 1998-99 and the Senior Athlete of the Year in 2001-02.
Now a teacher and coach and with her husband Kevin '03 the parents of two children, Meredith was 2004 New York State Coach of the Year for Class A softball.