At Washington 2013 (Junior): Named First-Team All-Pacific Region ... All-Pac-12 First-Team ... named the GoHuskies.com Student-Athlete of the Week on March 11 ... Second-Team Arthur Ashe Sports Scholar ... named to the College Sports Madness All-Pac-12 Second-Team infield ... walked twice in game one of NCAA Regionals vs. Portland State ... drew one walk in game three vs. Hawai'i ... had a hit, run and RBI in game one vs. Cal ... had a hit, RBI, two runs and three walks in game two ... had a hit, run and sac hit in game three ... hit a solo home run in game one at Utah ... had a sac hit, two walks, and three runs in game two ... had two hits, including a double, two RBI and two runs in game three ... drew a walk in game one vs. Stanford ... hit a solo home run in her first at bat in game two and also drew a walk ... had two hits in game three, including a home run, two RBI and a walk ... walked once and had an RBI in game one at ASU ... had a double, a triple and three RBI in game one vs. OSU ... had a hit, a run and two walks in game two ... had two hits including a home run and two RBI in game three ... walked once in game one at UCLA ... had a hit and a run in game two ... scored twice, walked once, HBP once and had a hit in game three ... had two hits and an RBI in game one vs. Oregon ... had one hit in game three ... walked twice and scored a run in game one vs. Arizona ... had two hits and an RBI in game two at AZ ... walked twice and stole a base in game three at AZ ... had a sac hit vs. DePaul ... walked once vs. Texas ... had two hits including a double, two RBI and scored once vs. Penn State ... had a sac hit RBI vs. Pacific ... had a huge weekend leading the Huskies to the Husky Softball Classic title ... had three hits, four RBI and a walk vs. Ohio and scored once ... had a home run, two runs, three RBI and a walk vs. Bradley ... had a double and scored once vs. New Mexico ... had two home runs, three hits, three runs, five RBI and a walk vs. Yale ... walked twice, had an RBI and scored once vs. Seattle ... scored a run and walked twice vs. Brown ... scored twice and walked three times vs. Bradley ... had a double, a home run, two runs, two hits, five RBI and two walks vs. UNO ... had one hit vs. Colorado State ... had a hit, a run, an RBI and a walk vs. Virginia ... had a hit and scored a run vs. No. 23/23 Florida State ... had a double, scored twice and walked twice vs. Illinois ... had one run, one hit and one RBI vs. No. 13/16 Georgia ... had a sacrifice hit vs. Notre Dame ... scored a run and drew a walk vs. Kentucky ... had one hit vs. No. 2/1 Oklahoma ... had one hit vs. Cal Poly ... had a double, two runs, two RBI and a walk vs. UC Riverside ... named MVP of the Oceanic Time Warner Paradise Classic on opening weekend in Hawai'i ... started at first base in all six games of opening weekend ... was the top hitter at the tournament ... had two hits, three RBI and a run in the season-opener vs. St. Mary's ... hit a double and a home run ... had one hit, one walk and one hit by pitch in game one vs. UAB ... vs. Ole Miss was HBP twice, had one hit and scored twice ... had one hit in game one vs. No. 25/23 Hawai'i ... in the second game vs. UAB, was HBP, had three hits, two RBI and a walk ... in the championship game vs. Hawai'i she had two hits, a home run, a run, an RBI and one walk.
2012 (RS Sophomore): Academic All Pac-12 Second Team ... after missing the 2011 season due to injury, she came back and played in 51 games, starting all but four ... currently ranked first all time in fielding percentage with a mark of .993, after just four errors in her two years ... recorded the team's season high 16 putouts against UCF (2/17)... excelled in the Husky Softball Classic where she hit .714 and belted her first of four home runs... Hit .231 and ranked fourth on the team with 25 RBI on the season ... cut her strikeout frequency nearly in half, from once every 3.6 at bats her freshman year to once every 7.11 at bats.
2011 (Sophomore): Earned a medical redshirt after tearing her ACL in the fall.
2010 (Freshman): Started in all 55 games played ... batted .275 collecting 33 hits in 120 at bats with two home runs, 11 runs, five doubles, and 21 RBIs ... batted .289 and started all 21 games in which she made an appearance in Pac-10 play ... had 235 putouts ... slugging percentage was .367 ... started all eight games in the NCAA Tournament ... had four, two-hit games and four multiple-RBI games ... had three RBIs and batted .800 in the 8-0 win against Nevada (2/12) ... had a three-run home run in the 13-1 win against Oregon State (4/30) ... holds school career record for best fielding percentage ... led the team in sac bunts, second in on base pct., second in walks, third in fielding pct., second in chances, second in putouts, first in fielding double plays ... tied for school record in a season with fewest errors ... holds record for fewest career errors ... Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 ... First-Team Pac-10 All-Freshman ... co-winner of Husky Golden Glove award.
High School/Club Melanie Fagaly ... goes by her nickname, "Hooch" ... attended Don Antonio Lugo High School in Chino, Calif. ... played for the California Cruisers club team, one of the top clubs in the country ... led the team to a seventh-place finish at nationals last summer in Oklahoma City and is the first California Cruiser to become a Husky ... at Don Antonio Lugo High School, Fagaly has been First-Team All-Mt. Baldy League her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons ... named league MVP each of the last two years and has led her team to the league title all three seasons ... also a star academically, Fagaly was in the top two percent of her class and hopes to earn a degree in Pharmacology at UW.
Personal Parents are Mike and Leila Fagaly ... has a younger sister, Mylene.
Coach Tarr on Fagaly "'Hooch' will spend the majority of time for us catching and at the corner infield positions. She brings a significant amount of power to our offensive lineup. With the graduation of Alicia Blake after this season, Hooch's composure behind the plate and presence in the lineup will be a welcome addition to our program."
FAGALY on why Washington "I chose the University of Washington because it has such a beautiful campus and they have the major I am interested in. They also have an awesome softball team and the opportunity to play in the Pac-12 was a big draw for me."