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Click Here for Margaret Stahm's Career Stats
- Primarily used as a pinch hitter her redshirt sophomore year, Stahm looks to come and compete for the starting first base position in the 2016 season.
Redshirt Sophmore (2016):
- Had ASU's only hit in a 2-0 shoutout against No. 18 Arizona in the series opener.
- Went 3-for-3 against Georgetown (3/12) with an RBI and a walk.
- Was the opening day starter at first base and started five games at the position over the course of the weekend.
- Finished with a .308 average and added her first career home run against San Diego (2/14).
Redshirt Freshman (2015):
- Picked up her first RBI of the season against Indiana State on Feb. 21.
- Recorded her first hit as a Sun Devil on Mar. 28 against Arizona.
- Had a pinch-hit single for an RBI against UTEP on April 7.
- Collected pinch hits in back-to-back series, the first against Oregon State on April 19, and the next against Utah on April 24.
- Redshirted her true freshman year.
- Stahm joined the Sun Devils with plenty of experience on and off the playing field. Named an Arizona Division I Senior All-Star as a senior, as well as an All-Section Second Team selection and a Division I, Section III All-Section first team selection.
- Named to Softball West Magazine's Top 100 - Best in the West as well.
- At Horizon High School, under Bryan Casey, Stahm was named an Arizona 5A All-Region First Team honoree in 2011 and also Honorable Mention All-Arizona after hitting .525 with 45 runs and 41 RBI...As a sophomore, earned honorable mention Arizona 5A All-Region and East Valley Tribune All-Tribune.
- Played club ball for Arizona Storm.
Personal: Born March 20, 1995 to Brian and Patricia Stahm in Scottsdale, Ariz...Plans to major in sports business...Was a member of the National Honors Society, Society of Women's Scholars and was on the Superintendent's Honor Roll during her prep career...Volunteered her time to seven different groups and organizations in high school, including the 65 Roses Club, Habitat for Humanity and others...