177 Western Carolina Student-Athletes Honored
Sigmon two RBI away for breaking WCU school record
Pitching staff combines for 25 strikeouts in pair of games
2018 (Junior): 2018 Southern Conference All-Conference Second Team … Second-straight year named to the Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-District III First Team … Played in all 52 games – 45 behind the plate at catcher and seven at third base … Had a .259 batting average with 24 runs, 36 hits, nine doubles, six homeruns and 26 RBI … Hit the second grand-slam of her career against North Carolina A&T … Had nine multiple-hit games and six multiple-RBI games … Second-longest reached the base streak of the season with nine.
2017 (Sophomore) Named to the 2017 Southern Conference All-Tournament Team ... Named to the Southern Conference All-Conference Second Team ... Tabbed as a CoSIDA Academic All-District III First Team ... Southern Conference Player of the Week ... Played and started in all 48 games ... Ranked second on the team with a .314 batting average ... Also, second on the team with 44 hits and 13 doubles (which ranks tied for third in the WCU record books) ... Had a season-high five homeruns and also had 27 RBI and 28 runs scored ... Led the team with 11 multiple hit games and also and six multiple RBI games ... Longest reach base streak in the season was 10-straight games ... Longest hitting streak was seven and ended the season on a five-game hitting streak ... Hit the first grand slam of her career in the come from behind 8-6 win over Samford on May 7.
2016 (Freshman):Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team ... Played and started in 56 games playing at both third base and catcher ... Ranked third on the team with a .296 batting average ... Had 42 hits, 16 runs, five doubles, one triple, four homeruns and 23 RBI ... Picked up six hits, scored a run, hit a double and had an RBI in her first weekend tournament as a Catamount ... Hit the first homerun of her career in game one against ETSU and turned around and hit the second of her career later in the game ... All four of her homeruns came against schools from the state of Tennessee (three against ETSU and one against Chattanooga) ... Ended the first Southern Conference weekend of her career, against ETSU, hitting .600 with six hits, four runs, a double, three homeruns and six RBI ... Hit the walk-off RBI single to defeat USC Upstate 12-11 in nine innings. Ended the game 3-for-5 with a run scored and four RBI.
High School: Three-year letter-winner at Highland School of Technology ... Had to sit out senior season ... As a junior, named District 6 1A Player of the Year, All-State, First Team All-Gazette and all-conference ... Also as a junior, had a .536 batting average with four homeruns, 32 RBI, 39 runs and 13 stolen bases ... As a sophomore, named all-conference, First Team All-Gazette and team MVP ... Also as a sophomore, had a .519 batting average with seven homeruns, 21 RBI, 21 runs scored and 21 stolen bases ... As a freshman, named all-conference, First Team All-Gazette and team MVP ... Also as a freshman, had a .606 batting average, five homeruns, 25 RBI, 39 runs scored and 30 stolen bases ... For her three years played had a .554 batting average, 16 homeruns, 78 RBI, 104 runs scored and 64 stolen bases.
Personal: Daughter of Mark and Melisa Armstrong ... Has one sister, Sydney.