Softball Team Racks Up More Honors
The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs softball team continued to rack up honors Wednesday with the release of two all-region teams.
Junior outfielder Stacy Haney was named to the 2007 Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division II South Central Region first team. Haney le the nation in RBIs this past season and won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Triple Crown by leading the conference in RBIs, home runs and batting average. She also led the RMAC in doubles, on base percentage, slugging percentage, total bases, hits, walks and runs scored.
Teammate Lindsay Shandera was named to the NFCA's South Central Region second team. The senior first baseman hit .421 this past season with 13 home runs and 69 RBIs. Were it not for Haney, Shandera would have led the conference in RBIs, batting average, on base percentage and walks.
The Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association all-region teams are voted upon by region coaches.
Haney and sophomore second baseman Rachel Hancock were also named to the 2007 Daktronics Softball Division II All-South Central Region team. The Daktronics all-region team is determined by a vote of region sports information directors.
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