Haney Named First Team All-RMAC, Three Named Honorable Mention
COLORADO SPRINGS -- University of Colorado at Colorado Springs senior center fielder Stacy Haney was named to the 2008 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Conference first team, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
Haney led the RMAC in batting average (.519), was second in walks (34) and stolen bases (24) and third in doubles (17). She also hit 10 home runs and drove in 53.
Three Mountain Lions, shortstop Sarah Cleland, right fielder Brianna Workman and left fielder Sierra Green, were named All-RMAC honorable mention.
Cleland led the Mountain Lions and was tied for second in the RMAC with 57 RBIs. Workman led the conference with 25 stolen bases. Green hit .351 with four triples and 18 stolen bases.
2008 RMAC Softball First Team All-Conference
Name, School, Pos., Year.
Jenna Peters, Fort Lewis, C, Sr.
Gina Ross, Colorado Mines, 1B, Sr.
Shannon Galanek, Adams State, 2B, Jr.
Allison Hendrickson, Chadron State, 3B, So.
Heather Ebert, Adams State, SS, Sr.
Stacy Haney, UC-Colorado Springs, OF, Sr.
Alisa Heronema, Regis, OF, Fr.
Christine Gardella, Regis, OF, Sr.
Leslie Reed, Mesa State, OF, Sr.
Katie Kocman, Colorado Mines, UT, So.
Courtney Davis, Adams State, DP, Jr.
Cary Moone, Fort Lewis, P, Jr.
Kaitlyn Gentert, Regis, P, Sr.
2008 RMAC Softball Second Team All-Conference
Name, School, Pos., Year.
Sarah Van Lingen, Colorado Mines, C, Fr.
Laura Gormley, Nebraska-Kearney, 1B, So.
Sarah Rusch, Metro State, 2B, So.
Felicia Cruz, Fort Lewis, 3B, Sr.
Melissa Stratt on, Colorado Mines, SS, Sr.
Pam Apodaca, N.M. Highlands, OF, Sr.
Kaleigh Starr, Colorado Mines, OF, So.
Ashley Aldrich, CSU-Pueblo, OF, Jr.
Kari Romero, CSU-Pueblo, OF, Sr.
Rebecca Reynolds, Western New Mexico, UT, So.
Ashley Johnson, Metro State, DP, Jr.
Kelsey Swanberg, CSU-Pueblo, P, Jr.
Casey Williams, Chadron State, P, Jr.
2008 RMAC Softball Honorable Mention All-Conference
Name, School Pos. Year.
Megan Roberts, Adams State, P, Sr.
Amanda Bell, Nebraska-Kearney, P, Sr.
Libby Balogh, Metro State, P, Fr.
Mary Oppenhein, Fort Lewis, P, Sr.
Jessie Thomas, Nebraska-Kearney, P, Fr.
Kaci Lewis, Western New Mexico, C, Jr.
Blair McEndaff er, Chadron State, C, Jr.
Molly Langerak, Nebraska-Kearney, C, Sr.
Bo Nuanez, CSU-Pueblo, C, So.
Heather Hamilton, N.M. Highlands, C, Sr.
Denee Johnson, Adams State, 1B, Jr.
Alissa Zoelle, Mesa State, 1B, Sr.
Cory Usher, Western New Mexico, 2B, Sr.
Barb Duran, Fort Lewis, 2B, Sr.
Antoinett e Estrella, Western New Mexico, 3B, Sr.
Stacie LaRocque, Colorado Mines, 3B, Sr.
Jennessa Tesone, Metro State, 3B, Fr.
Cassie Keck, Nebraska-Kearney, 3B, Fr.
Janine Tyler, CSU-Pueblo, SS, Jr.
Valerie Villela, Western New Mexico, SS, Sr.
Sarah Cleland, UCCS, SS, Sr.
Brianna Workman, UCCS, OF, Sr.
Cari Thompson, Metro State, OF, So.
Erica Colbert, Chadron State, OF, Jr.
Alexis Araza, Adams State, OF, Jr.
Jamie Prather, Mesa State, OF, Jr.
Sierra Green, UCCS, OF, So.
Margie Cone, Colorado Mines, OF, Jr.
Molly Clark, Metro State, OF, Fr.
Kelsey Swanberg, CSU-Pueblo, DP, Jr.
Bridgett Berg, Mesa State, DP, So.
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