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Morgan Estell
Morgan Estell

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Kimberly, Ala.

High School:
Mortimer Jordan

Height:
5-7

Position:
OF/1B

Experience:
3L

Bats-Throws:
L-L

Preseason All-SEC Team (2014)
SEC All-Defensive Team (2013)
All-SEC Freshman Team (2011)
SEC Academic Honor Roll (2013)
SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll (2011)

REDSHIRT JUNIOR SEASON (2014): Started all 62 games for Auburn in centerfield...Hit .362, her second-highest total in a season where she played 20 or more games...Tallied 64 hits, good for second-most on the team, 19 of which were doubles, good for tops on the squad...Managed 40 RBI, her most-ever in a season...Only had six home runs, but slugged .571...Drew 45 walks, highest on the team, which led to a .496 on-base percentage, a personal-high, not including the 2012 season...The 45 walks set a new Auburn single-season record...Named to the 2014 Preseason All-SEC Team...Was a perfect 3-for-3 in stolen bases...Compiled a .976 fielding percentage in centerfield, committing only two errors and notching five assists...Was also part of one double-play...In conference play, batted .286 with 20 hits and 13 runs scored...Tallied four hits against Ball State (3/15), which tied a career-high...Scored four runs at Georgia State (3/26), setting a new career-high...Against Marshall (2/14), she also tied two more career-highs with five RBI and two doubles...Swiped two of her three bases this season against ULM (2/8)...Had an 11-game hitting streak starting vs. Radford (3/14) and lasting through the game at Kentucky (3/28)...In the NCAA Regionals in Minneapolis, she managed at least one hit in all five games, two of which were multi-hit games vs. Green Bay (5/17) and Minnesota (5/18)...Went 2-for-3 against the Phoenix in the first elimination game of the regional, with two RBI and one double...Finished 19th in the nation, fifth in the conference in runs per game (1.03)...Second in the SEC in doubles (20).

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013):
Started all 53 games ... Hit .344 with 60 runs, nine doubles, three triples, four home runs and 23 RBI ... The 60 runs marked an Auburn single-season record ... Started every game in SEC play, hitting .296 with 18 runs, three doubles, one triple, one home run and 10 RBI ... Reached base (hit/walk/HBP) in 21 of 24 SEC games ... Reached base in 22 consecutive SEC games from April 30, 2011 to April 21, 2013 (Missed 2012 season due to injury) ... Posted the second-best single-season on-base percentage in Auburn history at .482 ... Also drew 35 walks, third-most in a single-season in Auburn history ... Set single-game career best with four hits (single, double, two home runs) against Troy ... The two homers vs. Troy marked first-career multi-home run game ... Hit .432 (16-of-37) with runners in scoring position including a .538 (7-for-13) in SEC play ... Started first 25 games at CF before starting 26 at first base ... Committed just one error at first base, none in SEC play.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2012): Appeared in 15 games, all starts, before suffering season-ending injury on March 2 vs. Syracuse ... Was hitting team-best .432 with four doubles, two home runs, 11 RBI and 17 runs scored in 15 games prior to injury ... Tied career high with three hits and two doubles in season opener vs. Alabama State ... Tied career high with five RBI on a three-run double and two-run homer in victory over No. 23 Georgia Tech ... Walked and singled twice in win vs. No. 15 Oklahoma State ... Tied career best with three runs scored vs. Georgia State ... Tied career best with three runs scored vs. Florida A&M.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2011): Appeared in 55 games, all starts ... Hit .376 with 38 runs, 18 doubles, six home runs and 30 RBI ... Started all 28 SEC games ... Hit .389 with 15 runs, nine doubles, four home runs and 18 RBI in SEC play ... In 21 games against NFCA top 25 teams, hit .355 with 11 runs, seven doubles, three home runs and five RBI ... In all games, led Auburn in batting average, slugging, on-base, runs, hits, doubles and (tied) home runs ... In SEC games, lead Auburn in batting avearge, slugging, on-base, runs, hits, RBI, doubles and home runs ... In all games, led AU with .436 BA w/RISP ... Missed four games due to injury ... Had four hitting streaks of at least six games or more with season high of eight games ... Had six multi-hit games in first month of season ... Hit leadoff home run in first collegiate at-bat, taking second pitch over wall in center vs. Alabama State ... Opened season by hitting in first six consecutive games ... Gave AU insurance runs with two-run home run in top of the seventh in 6-3 win vs. Jacksonville State ... Drove in game-winning run with RBI double vs. No. 19 Oklahoma State ... Opened SEC play by hitting .375 (3-for-8) with team-high eight RBI in three games at Arkansas ... Set season high with five RBI in game two win vs. Razorbacks ... Hit solo home runs in game one and game two at No. 3 Alabama ... Homered for third consecutive game in game one vs. South Carolina ... Led AU by hitting .600 (6-for-12) in three games at No. 11 Tennessee ... Scored game-winning run in top of eighth inning of game three at Mississippi State ... Led AU in hitting with .667 (6-for-9) average in three games vs. No. 10 Florida ... Went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a solo home run and two runs scored in game one vs. No. 10 Florida ... Singled twice in game one vs. No. 23 LSU ... Tied season high with three runs scored in game one vs. Mississippi Valley State ... Doubled and scored twice in game one vs. No. 4 Georgia ... Had one hit in every game vs. No. 18 Kentucky ... Hit .333 (3-for-9) with three runs in NCAA Seattle Regional.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Laura Rickman ... Lettered in softball (four seasons) ... Ran cross country (two seasons) ... Member of 2007 Super All-Metro Softball Team ... Member of ASWA All-State Softball Team in 2007-10 ... Named 2009-2010 Most Outstanding Player ... Won 2008 and 2009 state championship in 5A softball.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Kerry and Linda Estell ... Has one sister, Madalyn ... Major: Health Promotion.