|(L to R) Back: Megan, Kristen, Kristen
Front: Christina, Anna, Sarah
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Christina is the daughter of David and Janie Haggerty. She has lived her entire life in Mansfield and is a graduate of Mansfield High School. She played softball, volleyball, basketball, and was the district champion in pole vaulting. She plans on attending Texas Wesleyan University in the fall of 2007 on a softball scholarship. Christina wants a degree in Education and to eventually become a special needs teacher and softball coach.
She has played softball since she was four-years-old and has enjoyed every moment of it. Her favorite place to be is Cancun to relax or on the sidelines of the Rangers game listening to the fans cheer on their favorite Ranger. She loves proving that women are just as good as men when she gets to warm up the professional players in left field. Nothing gives her more joy then watching the Rangers special needs team play in the Miracle League with her brother Cameron and sister Caitlin. Christina will always be the one on the foul line wearing her lucky blue ribbon and waiting for the homerun fireworks.
Kristen was born in a small town in West Virginia, and after a number of years in the Southeastern states, God's grace was hers when her family relocated to Dallas. After spending over half her life in the Metroplex, Kristen thinks this is where she will hang her hat. Growing up a huge baseball fan, religiously following The Rangers came naturally as she would rather watch a baseball game than any network TV show. Each summer, she plans a vacation around a baseball stadium she hasn't seen. She vows to see all of them before she dies. Kristen played high school and college softball and now enjoys coaching and playing as much adult softball as possible. When she isn't playing ball or watching a Rangers game, she is an Account Executive at a local advertising agency.
Nothing makes Kristen happier than watching a Ranger make a "Web Gem" play or drive in baserunners to take the lead. She is extremely grateful for this opportunity and proud of the Rangers for recognizing the female athletes of North Texas. All season long, Kristen will be the girl in foul territory going crazy for the Rangers. She is excited about meeting serious Rangers fans like herself, so come on out and give her a high five at the next homestand! She'll see you soon!
Megan was born in San Antonio and has enjoyed the game of softball almost her entire life. From t-ball to college and now competitive adult softball leagues along with fellow ball girl Kristen Noack, Megan has appreciated every bit of the game. When she is not on the field or hard at work as an Account Executive at a DFW based Direct Mail Advertising firm, Megan loves to make new friends and watch the most ridiculous reality shows on TV. Her favorite shows are Grey's Anatomy, America's Next Top Model, The Bachelor and Dancing with the Stars.
Megan comes from a family of softball athletes. In fact her younger sister plays for the St. Mary's University Lady Rattlers in San Antonio, and she has never been more proud! Growing up, she and her sister loved making the road trip to Arlington to watch the Rangers play. Megan appreciates the opportunity to represent the Rangers as a ball girl and would love nothing more than for the fans to enjoy it just as much with her. Go Rangers!!!
Sarah Loveless is the daughter of Clif and Judy Loveless and older sister of Hannah. She has lived her entire life in Waxahachie, Texas where she graduated from Waxahachie High School. Sarah played varsity basketball her freshman year and varsity softball all four years of high school. In softball, she was First Team All-District Outfield two years in a row along with All-State Honorable mention her senior year. She now attends Hill College on a softball scholarship where she is a member of the Lady Rebel softball team. Sarah would like to eventually become a physical therapist.
Aside from softball and being a huge Rangers fan, Sarah's other love is drag racing with her family. Nothing makes her happier than being on the starting line at the race track, watching or racing, and being in foul territory cheering for her favorite team, the Texas Rangers! Sarah is looking forward to a winning season from the Rangers and meeting fans who are truly excited about baseball.