2015 | Senior
Started and appeared in 44 games … Made 41 starts at shortstop and three in left field … Second on team with a .321 batting average … Team-high 10-game hitting streak between Feb. 15 and March 1 … 10 multi-hit games, third most on the team … Four multi-RBI games, tied for second on the team … Walk-off three-run home run against Saint Louis (Feb. 27) … Walk-off hit against UT-Martin (Feb. 27) … Tallied a season-high three hits on three separate occasions (Feb. 7 vs. Kansas, Feb. 20 vs. George Washington, March 10 vs. Tulsa) … Batted an even .300 in three-game set vs. Mississippi State (April 4-6) … Knocked in a run in the top of the seventh at South Carolina (April 11), giving Arkansas a 4-3 lead at the time … Hit second home run of the season against Alabama (May 2) … Finishes Razorback career a .313 hitter, ranking fourth all-time in school history for career batting average …
2014 | Junior
NFCA All-South Region Second Team…team-high 46 RBI which ranks third in program history for a single season…tallied a season-high and program-record six RBI in 8-0 win at No. 8 Kentucky (April 20)…second on the team with nine home runs and 47 runs scored…recorded nine multi-hit games including four-hit performance against Butler (Feb. 13)…had a 10-game hitting streak during a stretch in which she hit safely in 17 of 19 games…fourth on the team with .306 batting average…posted 6-2 record in 12 starts in the circle…had three complete games and two shutouts…2014 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2013 | Junior (Transfer)
2012 | Sophomore (at Florida)
Fagan, a transfer student from the University of Florida, started 50 games for the Gators. She batted .261 with two home runs and 18 RBI while hitting in the middle of the lineup.
2011 | Freshman (at Florida)
As a freshman for the Gators Fagan played in 68 of Florida’s 69 games. She tallied five home runs and two grand slams. She had 105 assists at third base, ranking third for SEC freshman.
A graduate of Dunnellon High School in Dunnellon, Fla., she was coached by her father Kevin Fagan. She led the Tigers to a 33-1 record and pitched herself to a 26-1 record in 2010. She earned the Florida Gatorade Player of the year honor in 2010. She was named to the 2009 and 2010 ESPN RISE Under Armour All-America softball game roster. Fagan played travel ball with Team North Florida, coached by former Arkansas assistant Coy Adkins.