CREIGHTON CAREER: 2014 (Junior) – Played in all 53 games with 51 starts including 49 at catcher … Hit primarily in the middle of the lineup resulting in a .236 average … Led BIG EAST with 379 putouts including a career high 21 against Villanova in a 16-inning victory (April 5) … Also led the Bluejay offense against the Wildcats in the marathon game going 4-of-6 at the plate … The following week hit a home run in three consecutive games in a twin bill against South Dakota State and series opener at Seton Hall … Paced the offense in doubleheader against SDSU with four hits and career high four RBI … Reached base in seven consecutive games (April 5-12) … Went 3-for-3 against Bucknell with an RBI and run scored (March 10) … Ranked third on the squad with five doubles, five home runs and 23 RBI … Tied for third on the team with six multi-RBI games and placed in a tie for fifth on the squad with five multi-hit contests … 2014 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
2013 (Sophomore) – Started all but two games for the Jays at catcher (40) and first base (5) ... Primarily batted fifth in the lineup finishing with .215 batting average ... Led team with 328 putouts including 13 at Evansville (March 15) … Tied for second on team with seven doubles … Tied for third on the squad with six home runs … Fourth on team with 18 RBI ... Reached base in 10 consecutive games (Feb. 23 - March 10) then added streak from March 29-April 21 that covered 13 game... Hit first homer of the season against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Feb. 23) and second at UT Arlington (March 1) … Hit four homers at the Rebel Spring Games including a career high two home runs in consecutive at-bats versus Army (March 13) … Also matched career high accounting for all four RBI against the Black Knights ... Tied for third on the team with five multi-RBI games and sixth on the squad with five multi-hit contests.
2012 (Freshman) – Only freshman named First Team All-MVC ... True freshman led the squad in sacrifice flies, ranked second on the team in homers, total bases and slugging percentage, third in RBI, sixth in batting average, and in the top 10 in the MVC in all those categories as well … In MVC play, led the league with a .405 batting average, ranked second with 24 RBI, 54 total bases, three sacrifice flies and a .730 slugging percentage, third with seven home runs and 30 hits, and sixth with an .466 on-base percentage ... Reached base safely in 24 of 26 MVC contests … Started at catcher, right field and designated player … Led MVC freshmen with 10 homers … Led team with 14 multiple-RBI contests … Ranked No. 95 nationally at 0.81 RBI per game … Went 4-for-4 with four RBI in first career start at Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Feb. 11) … Registered another four RBI outing a day later at UAPB … Homered in the eighth inning of two games in the same week, versus Valparaiso (March 10) and at Bradley (March 17) … Had two hits in the same inning twice (Howard and Indiana State) …Hit 4-for-7 with 10 RBI in bases-loaded situations … Scored a career-high three runs against Indiana State (March 31).
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned Mid-Suburban League All-Conference and all-area honors as a junior and senior ... Hit .526 with four home runs, eight doubles and 24 RBI as a senior ... Batted .370 with 13 doubles and 26 RBI as a junior ... Four-year letter winner in softball and earned two letters in gymnastics ... Played club ball for the Schaumburg Sluggers for eight years.
PERSONAL: Married Chad McMahon in the spring of 2014 ... Daughter of Maureen Cairns and Michael Lingl, Brianne was born on Nov. 22, 1993, in Elk Grove, Ill. ... One of three siblings: Alyssa and Jared ... Plans to major in exercise science / pre-med, with a career ambition to become a doctor.
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