Ota, Carlson Named to All-Tournament Team
Janine Ota and Brittni Carlson of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs were named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Tournament team, the conference announced Sunday.
Ota went 9-for-15 with two doubles, a triple and three stolen bases during the tournament. The senior from Lakewood, Colo., also scored six runs and drove in three others. Carlson, also a senior, went 7-for-16 with six runs, five RBIs and two steals. She also made a pair of spectacular diving catches.
The Mountain Lions played five games in the tournament, more than any other participating team, before finally being eliminated.
The All Tournament Team was selected by a committee of media and officials working the RMAC tournament.
2006 All-RMAC Tournament Team
Catcher: Jennifer Papik, CSU-Pueblo
First Base: Shana Martin, CSU-Pueblo
Second Base: Anna Schafer, Regis
Third Base: Brandi Greenwood, Nebraska-Kearney
Shortstop: Savannah Byers, CSU-Pueblo
Outfield: Heather Utecht, Regis
Outfield, Janine Ota, UCCS
Outfield: Brittni Carlson, UCCS
Designated Player: Ashley Guyle, Nebraska-Kearney
Pitcher: Kaitlyn Gentert, Regis
Pitcher: Ali Davenport, Regis
Most Valuable Player: Anna Schafer, Regis
Most Valuable Pitcher: Kaitlyn Gentert, Regis
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