2018 SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll
JUNIOR SEASON (2018)
Started 48 games in her first season with the Tigers at catcher ... totaled 34 hits with a .248 batting average and 21 RBI ... was second on the team with a .445 slugging percentage ... hit eight home runs on the year, which tied for most on the team ... recorded a .993 fielding percentage, and threw out nine runners attempting to steal a base ... had eight multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games this season ... had a season high four RBI against Ole Miss in the first round of the SEC tournament, when she hit a grand slam that helped advance the Tigers to the quarterfinal round ... in the final month of the season she became an offensive force tallying a .366 batting average while hitting six home runs, and driving in 15 RBI.
PRIOR TO LSU (at Miami (Ohio))
Was the team’s primary shortstop in her two seasons… Was a Third Team All-Mideast Region selection by the NFCA in 2017… second on Miami with .337 batting average … also had nine home runs and team-leading 38 RBI … led RedHawks with .608 slugging percentage … with 18 walks and three hit-by-pitches she had an on-base percentage of .403 … In 2016, started 57 games in her first season as a Redhawk ... was named First-Team All-MAC as well as to the MAC All-Tournament Team after helping lead Miami to MAC Tournament Championship ... was twice named MAC East Player of the Week (March 21 and April 4) ... tied single-season school record with 11 home runs on the year ... hit .326 on the season with 34 RBIs and 43 runs scored ... recorded first career hit and first career run scored vs. Alabama (Feb. 19) ... had multiple hits in 17 games during season.
A four-year letterwinner at shortstop for Plainfield Central High School in Plainfield, Illinois ... named Second-Team All-State as a senior in 2015… Four-time All Conference (2011-2014) and Conference MVP her senior year (2014)... hit .439 as a senior with six home runs ... broke school records in career hits, at-bats, doubles and runs ... was named Second-Team All-State as a junior in 2014 ... played her club softball for the Beverly Bandits, leading them to the 2013 Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championship and a runner up finish in the same tournament in 2014.
Full name is Michaela Rae Schlattman, born on Feb. 27 in Plainfield, Illinois… Parents names are Mike and Kay Schlattman…Has a younger sister Morgan…Majoring in sports administration.