OU Softball: 7 Sooners Earn All-Region Honors

OU Softball: 7 Sooners Earn All-Region Honors

OU Softball: 7 Sooners Earn All-Region Honors

Cone is the first Colonial to land First Team All-Region honors since 2013, when Autumn Taylor ('13) received the distinction.

Wallace is the third catcher in program history to be chosen on the first team and the 17th selection overall. She was named to the All-WCC Second Team, being named WCC Player of the Week once.

The University of MI softball team placed five players on the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Great Lakes Region first team, the organization announced Thursday (May 18). The all-region teams were voted on by NFCA member coaches from each respective region, and all the honorees now become eligible for selection to one of three 2017 NFCA Division I All-American teams.

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After a successful regular season, McKenna Bull, Libby Sugg and Caitlyn Larsen Alldredge were named to the 2017 NFCA Division I All-Pacific Region First Team with Rylee Jensen making the third team, as announced by the NFCA on Thursday.

The all-region awards honor softball student-athletes from the NFCA's 10 regions with first, second team and selections. Additionally, she has five games with three or more hits. The Statesville, North Carolina native also racked up four doubles, five home runs, 12 RBI and scored 12 runs in those games.

Sanders, a second team pick in 2016, moved up to the first team following a strong display at the plate and in the field this season. Her doubles figure ranks ninth in the country and are is tied for sixth in OU single-season history. It is her first all-region selection; she also netted her first All-Big Ten first team nod last week. She also touted a.564 slugging percentage and a team-high.481 on-base clip entering NCAA Tournament play. She owns career bests in all pitching categories, including an 18-3 record and 1.86 ERA, and leads MI with 43 RBI. She's second in the conference in total bases, RBI/game (0.88) and 21.4 at-bats per strikeout. Starting every game at third base, Alldredge is now hitting.362 and is second on the team in RBI and home runs with 40 and 10, respectively. The Ragin' Cajuns face in-state foe McNeese (42-16) in the opening round at 3 p.m. on Friday live on ESPN3.

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