Meadows, a native of Mobile, played for the Honeybees of Baker High School. The highly-recruited centerfielder went on to play for Rollins College, a Division II school located in Winter Park, Florida.
At Rollins, she collected tons of accolades for her play, including being named all-conference, all-region and was Conference Player of the Year.
After graduating cum laude in Psychology, Meadows pursued a master’s degree in human resources and soon went to work in the corporate world.
“I had a good job and was advancing my career but I always felt I wanted to get involved in coaching,” she said. Eventually, she got an opportunity to become a graduate assistant for the Lady Argos of West Florida.
“I’m looking forward to coaching at Alabama Southern,” she said. “I’ve gotten to meet several of the players and I’m very excited about the future here. The program is ranked nationally for its academics. We want to continue to hold those high standards and to focus on building character on and off the field.