Marcy Bowdren
Marcy Bowdren


Fairfax Station, Va.

High School:





Three Cavaliers Named NFCA All-America Scholar-Athletes

Megan Harris named for second time


Virginia Has 305 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 3,967 student-athletes recognized


Two Cavaliers Named to All-ACC Academic Softball Team

Bowdren named to team for third time


Virginia Closes Home Schedule with Sweep of Liberty

Cavaliers conclude season at Boston College this weekend


Virginia Drops Doubleheader to James Madison

Chapdelaine strikes out a career-high nine in second game


Softball vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)

Softball vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)


Softball vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)

Softball vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)

• Appeared in 50 games with 49 starts, mostly at second base
• Also made 11 appearences in the circle with four starts
• Led the Cavaliers with a .313 batting average, seven home runs
• Ends career in the top-10 in UVa history in multiple categories
• Finished seventh in home runs (22), ninth in extra base hits (56), 10th in multiple-hit games (38), tied for eighth in RBI (97), tied for sixth in multiple-RBI games (19), sixth in total bases (277), seventh in slugging percentage (.473) and tied for eighth in sacrifice flies (5)
• Hit a walk-off home run over then-No. 8 Florida State
• Had seven multi-hit games and five multi-RBI contests
• Second on the squad with 32 RBI and tied for second on the team with 35 hits

• Named to All-ACC Academic Team
• Named to VaSID All-State First Team
• Made 48 starts, including 43 at third base and five behind the plate
• Led the Cavaliers with a .309 batting average, 47 hits and 26 runs
• Second on the team with 23 RBI and four home runs
• Was the sixth-toughest hitter to strikeout in the nation, averaging 38.0 at-bats in between strikeouts
• Had a 12-game hitting streak from March 1-23 which stands as the fourth-longest streak in UVa history
• Hit .342 (13-for-38) with runners in scoring postition
• Led squad with 12 multi-hit games and tied for lead with six multi-RBI games.
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll

• All-ACC Academic Team
• Made 48 starts at third base and an additional three starts behind the plate
• Second on the team with 38 hits and tied for team lead (G. Cipolloni) with 25 RBI
• Team-best 10 RBI in ACC contests
• Batting .241 (7-for-29) with a team-high seven RBI and two home runs in final 10 games of the regular season
• Contributed a .304 average (24-for-79) with runners on base
• Was 5-for-9 with six RBI, two doubles and a homer in a three-game series sweep at Georgia Tech (March 10-11)
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Named to the ACC All-Tournament Team
• Started 54 games at second base
• Also made one start at catcher
• Third on the team with a .298 batting average
• Second behind classmate Stephanie Harris in RBI (28)
• Led Virginia with 13 doubles and five home runs
• Her 13 doubles also ranked third in the ACC
• Finished the year with 51 hits, which ranked third on the squad
• Led the team hitting .318 with runners in scoring position
• Was 4-for-4 with a RBI and two runs in Virginia's 6-0 upset of top-seeded Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship (May 13)
• Went 2-for-4 with three RBI in 6-0 win vs. JMU (April 6)
• Was 3-for-4 with three RBI in 9-1 victory over Princeton (March 12)
• Named to ACC Honor Roll

• 2010Washington Postall-met selection
• Batted .600 with 10 home runs as a senior
• Led Robinson to the regional semifinals
• Two-time regional all-tournament team member
• 2009 AAA first team all-state as a catcher
• 2009 second team all-met
• 2009 first teamWashington Postall-extra
• 2009 Northern Region Player of the Year
• 2009 Concord District Player of the Year
• Hit .568 as a junior
• 2008 AAA second team all-state
• National Honor Society member
• Participated in FACETS, the Fairfax County Area Christian Emergency and Transitional Services
• Also played field hockey


• Played for the Shamrocks under Tommy Orndorff


• Daughter of Steve and Lynn Bowdren
• Has two sisters, Chrissy and Lauren
• Sister, Chrissy, plays field hockey at Mary Washington
• Intends to major in education