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Margaret Yerdon

Class: Played from 1998-02
Number: 25
Position: P
Height: 5-7
Hometown: Lacona, N.Y.
High School: Sandy Creek

Career Highlights:

  • Named first-team all-conference at both the Division II and Division I levels
  • Set the program’s all-time record with 431 strikeouts
  • Set the program’s single-season record with 142 strikeouts in 1999
  • Tossed a program-record two no hitters
  • Finished her career with 43 wins

Senior Season (2002):

  • Named first-team all-conference
  • Appeared in 27 games with 23 starts
  • Ranked first on the team with 122 strikeouts
  • Tossed a pair of complete-game shutouts

2001 Season:

  • A redshirt season

Junior Season (2000):

  • The NECC Co-Pitcher of the Year
  • Named first-team all-conference
  • Went 11-6 with a 1.57 ERA
  • Struck out 91 batters in 111.1 innings
  • Tossed a five-inning no hitter against Bridgeport on April 8
  • Recorded six shutouts

Sophomore Season (1999):

  • A second-team NFCA All-Region selection
  • The NECC Pitcher of the Year and first-team all-conference selection
  • Led the NECC with a 1.34 ERA, was third in wins (15) and second with 6.6 strikeouts per game
  • Started 17 games and finished with a 15-8 record
  • Threw her first career no hitter against New Hampshire College on April 27

Freshman Season (1998):

  • Went 9-3 with a single-season program record 0.90 ERA
  • Named to the all-tournament team at the New York State Championship

Before Binghamton:

  • A five-year letterwinner at Sandy Creek
  • A five-time all-state selection and the NYS Co-Player of the Year as a senior
  • Helped lead her team to the 1997 state championship


  • Parents are Molly and Ambrose Yerdon


  • AE All-Conference: 2002 (2nd Team)

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