Appeared in seven games, starting five as a DP/pitcher ... hit .125 on two hits with an RBI ... had a 6-4 record in the circle ... pitched in 22 games, starting 13 ... threw four complete games with one shutout in 73.2 innings and had 31 strikeouts ... picked up her first hit as a Spartan against Ohio (Feb. 8) ... first start against George Washington (Feb. 22) throwing five innings, allowing just one earned run with three strikeouts ... earned her first victory in the circle against Bucknell (Feb. 28) after pitching a season-best six innings ... had a RBI single in game two against Samford (Mar. 22) ... earned a victory against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 5) throwing five shutout innings with two strikeouts ... Threw four innings and picked up the win against North Carolina A&T (Mar. 27) ... threw eight innings and earned a victory in game two against Liberty (April 2) ... went seven innings in a complete game win in game two against UNCW (April 9) ... threw a two-hit shutout in game two at Charlotte (April 16) earning the win in five innings.
2013 (Freshman) at Spartanburg Methodist:
As a freshman, she competed at junior college Spartanburg Methodist … was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-South region second team … she finished the year with a 15-2 record in 95 innings pitched with 86 strikeouts … had 26 appearances with a 2.27 ERA and one save … as a hitter she hit .320 on the season with six home runs, six doubles and 23 RBI … she helped her team finished 41-15 with a regular season championship and runner-up finish in the Region X Tournament … made the Region X All-Tournament team.
played all four years with South Stanly high school, hitting .364 during her senior season … had two home runs, 36 hits, two doubles and 31 RBI … also went 8-2 in the circle with four shutouts and 61 strikeouts … helped her team finished with a 27-7 record and a No. 26 ranking in North Carolina.
Lacey Elizabeth Leary … born August 18, 1994 in Albemarle, N.C. … daughter of Robert and Tracey Leary … undecided on a major.