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Former NWAACC softball players making headlines at four year schools

Vancouver, WA -- As the 2010 season winds down, several former NWAACC softball players are earning post season honors at four year schools.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (NCAA Div I)
Kathy Cox - (Boise State U. / Mt Hood CC) First Team All-WAC. Cox, one of three Bronco seniors, has set almost every offensive record in the brief history books of Broncos softball and was rewarded with a spot on the All-WAC first team. This year, she leads the team with a .353 batting average, 45 runs scored, 43 RBI and 17 homers. Her .431 batting average in WAC games ranks second in the conference while her seven homers in conference games ranks seventh. She also ranks third with 21 runs scored and ninth with 18 RBI. Cox was named to the Pacific All-Region team after her junior season in 2009, but this is her first career postseason honor from the WAC.(source)

GREAT NORTHWEST ATHETIC CONFERENCE (NCAA Div II)
First Team All-GNAC
Erika Quint - (Western Washington U. / Olympic College)
Samantha Petrich - (Central Washington U. / Lower Columbia College)
Kaycee Hoffman (Montana State Billings / Chemeketa CC)
Danielle Monson - (Central Washington U. / Everett CC) GNAC Player of the Year - Monson, who has also been named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VIII College Division team for her excellence on the field and in the classroom, was a unanimous first-team all-conference choice after batting a league-best .522 with a conference-record 96 hits during the regular season. She also had a NCAA Division II-record 40-game hitting streak earlier this season and has hit safely in 48 of the Wildcats' 50 games in 2010. (source)
Lauren Hadenfeld - (Central Washington U. / Mt Hood CC) GNAC Pitcher of the Year - Hadenfeld was a unanimous all-conference selection as well after going 21-4 with a 2.39 earned-run average. She led the GNAC in wins and strikeouts (187) while also posting six shutouts. (source)

Second Team All-GNAC
Keilani Cruz - (Central Washington U. / Pierce College)

PACIFIC WEST CONFERENCE (NCAA Div II)
First Team All-PacWest
Ashley Lokey (Academy of Art U. / Mt Hood CC)

CASCADE COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE (NAIA)
First Team ALL-CCC
Renee Santos - (Concordia U. - Clackamas CC) - CCC Pitcher of the Year - Santos posted a 14-1 record with a 1.25 earned run average. She led the league in shutouts (8) and strikeouts (190) while holding opponents to a collective .145 batting average. Santos pitched one no-hitter and had for one-hit complete-game victories. Nationally, she ranked among the top 40 in 10 pitching categories, including strikeouts per nine innings (2nd, 15.98), hits allowed per nine innings (7th, 4.45) and opponents’ batting average (8th, .145).
Camy Way - (Concordia U. - Lower Columbia College)
Mallory Callahan - (Concordia U. - Clackamas CC)

ALL-CCC Honorable Mention
Brittany Cherry (Oregon Tech / Columbia Basin College)
Makenzie Marchbanks (Corban College / Walla Walla CC)

CCC Gold Glove
Brittany Cherry (Oregon Tech / Columbia Basin College)
Kayla Vickaryous (Concordia U. - Lower Columbia College)


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