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THIRTEEN SOFTBALL PLAYERS NAMED ALL-REGION BY COACHES

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Press Release MIAA:


Thirteen MIAA softball players earned All-Central region honors announced today by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.


 
MIAA Pitcher of the Year Emmie Robertson from Pittsburg State and MIAA Player of the Year Stephanie Goodwin of Emporia State earned first team honors. Also landing on the first team were Centrla Oklahoma's Ashleigh Tramel, Pittsburg State's McKenzie Rynard and Missouri Western's Tiffany Gillaspy.
 
On the second team from Central Missouri was pitcher Katie Shockley and first baseman Lauren Mabe. Central Oklahoma was represented on the second team by Ashton Smith and Kaylee Brunson. Emporia State Taylor Zordel, Washburn's Lauren Thimmesch and Pittsburg State's Nicole Nease also landed on the second team.
 
UCM begins the NCAA Division II Central Super Regional on Friday in a best of three series on the road at Augustana.
 
1st Team NFCA All-Region 
Emmie Robertson, P, Pittsburg State
Ashleigh Tramel, C, Central Oklahoma
Tiffany Gillaspy, 2B, Missouri Western
Stephanie Goodwin, OF, Emporia State
McKenzie Rynard, DP, Pittsburg State
 
2nd Team NFCA All-Region 
Katie Shockley, P, Central Missouri
Nicole Nease, C, Pittsburg State
Lauren Mabe, 1B, Central Missouri
Ashton Smith, 3B, Central Oklahoma
Taylor Zordel, SS, Emporia State
Kaylee Brunson, OF, Central Oklahoma
Lauren Thimmesch, UT/P, Washburn
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