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#2 Hope McLemore
Position: Right Hand Pitcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
City/State: Ringling, Okla.
High School: Ringling HS
Experience: 3 Years
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Hope McLemore
Courtesy: Arkansas
Release: 12/18/2009

2013: Hope McLemore responded from the injury in her junior season and has worked tirelessly to perform well in her senior year. She led the team and was tenth in the SEC with a 2.28 ERA and made 19 appearances, going 6-3. She threw 6.1 innings of no-hit softball against Kentucky on April 20, striking out 10. She threw a complete game on February 13 against Jackson State and allowed only one run. In game three vs. No. 22 Georgia, she went five innings and did not allow a run. The win against Georgia completed the Razorbacks' first sweep of a ranked opponent since 2000. McLemore also had two saves this season. The Ringling, Okla. native was also great in the classroom, compiling a 4.0 GPA. She was named to the SEC Community Service team in 2013. McLemore was also named Academic All-District.

2012: McLemore was recovering from surgery for the majority of her junior season, but rehabbed and made her first appearance of the season at Auburn on April 21 throwing 2.1 innings. She recorded her first win of the season against No. 11 Georgia in Athens, Ga. She threw 5.1 innings striking out two Bulldogs and allowing zero walks. McLemore recorded her second win on the season in the opening game of the NCAA Tournament against Boston University in the Berkeley Regional where she struck out six batters and allowed no walks in the 3-2 win over the Terriers. Prior to her return to the circle, McLemore pinch ran for the Razorbacks scoring six runs.

2011: McLemore capped off her sophomore season with 12 starts in the circle. She finished the season with a 4-11 record and pitched six complete games for the Razorbacks. She had a season high of nine strikeouts on the season against East Tennessee State (March 5), leading the Razorbacks to a 4-2 win over the Bucs. She combined for 85.1 innings pitched and tallied 71 strikeouts during the 2011 season. McLemore had seven starts and three complete games during SEC play, including an 11 inning battle against No. 24 Kentucky in the opening week of league play. McLemore had just two strikeouts, but held the score at two apiece until the 11th inning. She finished the season at a 4.43 ERA. McLemore made four appearances as a pinch runner for the Razorbacks as well during the year. She scored her first run of her career as a pinch runner against Mississippi State (March 20) when senior Amanda Caldwell hit a grand slam in the top of the fourth.

2010: McLemore was the team’s No. 1 starter in the circle and came away with a 14-13 record holding a team-best 3.01 ERA and 140 strikeouts in 153.2 innings. She made 35 appearances, including 25 starts. McLemore made her collegiate debut against Iowa (Feb. 12), picking up a win after allowing one unearned run on four hits with 10 strikeouts. She would repeat the 10-strikeout performance against Drake and Georgia. McLemore recorded her first save in that game as well. She worked back-to-back shutouts against Buffalo and Nebraska, the first two of her career. McLemore registered a season-high 12 strikeouts against Louisiana Tech at Bogle Park on March 13. To open SEC play, she collected a win and a save against South Carolina as the Razorbacks swept a double header against the Gamecocks. She allowed three earned runs on eight hits in seven innings to pick up her first SEC conference win. McLemore started 14 games against conference opponents. She was named SEC Freshman for the Week on April 12 after picking up a win in the series-opener against No. 8 Georgia. McLemore teamed up with fellow pitcher Layne McGuirt to hurl 12 scoreless innings as the Razorbacks swept a double header against Ole Miss.

HIGH SCHOOL:
McLemore was a vital piece of the Ringling High School run to the 2008 Oklahoma 2A State Championship. In the title game, she had a 16-strikeout, shutout performance in the circle and scored the only run of the game. McLemore was selected a member of the all-state team. Following her senior season, McLemore was honored with the Ferguson Jenkins Award, which is given to the top-5 baseball and softball players in the state of Oklahoma. During her prep career, she was a three-time all-area pitcher of the year and a four-time member of the All-Area All Star Team. McLemore compiled a career 115-24 record with a 0.45 ERA and 1,500 strikeouts. She also lettered in basketball and cheerleading. McLemore was named a National AP Scholar and was FFA President along with Student Council Vice President.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 20, 1990, she is the daughter of Terry and Elizabeth McLemore. She has an older brother named Terel. McLemore is majoring in health science/pre-med. She was named to the SEC Spring Honor Roll in 2011.


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