|Sports Played or Coached:||Softball, 2004-07|
Megan Brown played four seasons for the Moccasin softball team from 2004-07 and pitched FSC to a national runner-up finish in 2004, a third place finish nationally in 2006 and another third place finish nationally in 2007. Playing for FSC Hall of Fame Coach Chris Bellotto, Brown led the Mocs to three Sunshine State Conference championships and was named the Team MVP in each of her four seasons. Was named a three-time All-American, including a first team honors in 2004 and 2007 and was also a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American. Brown was named to the All-South Region Team, South Region All-Tournament Team, All-SSC, SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll and was a three-time SSC Pitcher of the Year. She earned National All-Tournament Team honors in 2006 and was a two-time South Regional Tournament MVP. She was also selected to the SSC's Silver Anniversary Softball Team and named both the SSC Female Athlete and Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a senior in 2007. In addition, was named the Polk County Sports Female Collegiate Athlete of the Year three years in a row. In her playing career, Brown, who is originally from Carrollton, Ga., posted a 124-26 record, ranking sixth on the NCAA Division II all-time win list and finished with a career 0.69 ERA. She threw 58 career shutouts - eighth most in Division II history. She holds 11 all-time school records, including 997 career strikeouts, as well as, wins and ERA. Brown recorded 12 no-hitters in her career and won 20 postseason games. She received the Hal Smeltzly Award as FSC's Female Athlete of the Year in 2004 and was a two-time recipient of the Pat McFadden Award as FSC's Female Scholar Athlete of the Year. A 2007 FSC graduate, Brown played professionally for two seasons in the USA and well as two seasons in Italy. A recipient of an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, she earned her master's degree in education from FSC in 2009 and recently earned her doctorate at Auburn University.