RMAC/NSIC Crossover All-Tournament Team Announced

By Doug FItzgerald published February 23, 2009


COLORADO SPRINGS â€" University of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior Jessika Anastos was named to the 2009 RMAC/NSIC Softball Crossover Tournament all-tournament team, it was announced Monday.

Metro State had three players named to the 2009 RMAC/NSIC Softball Crossover Tournament all-tournament team it was announced Monday.

Kellie Nishikida, Amber Roundtree and Christie Robinson were all selected from the Metro State, which finished in a four-way tie for the tournament championship with a 5-1 record. Winona State was named tournament champion by virtue of having the most difficult schedule.

The champion Warriors were represented on the all-tourney team by Annie Stuedemann and pitcher Stacey Struzynski.

Colorado State-Pueblo, Wayne State and Colorado School of Mines each had two players selected as well. CSU-Pueblo and Wayne State each had 5-1 records while Mines went 4-2.

Fourteen position players and four pitchers were selected for the team by tournament officials.

Hitters
Player name
    School    Avg    AB    R    H    2B    3B    HR    RBI    SLG%    OB%    SB
Jessika Anastos
    UCCS    .556    18    9    10    2    1    5    14    1.611    .652    0
Lauren Cross
    Mesa State    .556    18    10    10    3    0    4    9    1.389    .652    0
Kristen Danielson
    Minnesota-Duluth    .444    18    7    8    0    0    3    14    .944    .500    0
Samantha Earleywine
    Wayne State    .550    20    5    11    2    0    1    7    .800    .609    0
Alisa Heronema
    Regis    .577    26    7    15    0    4    0    6    .885    .593    0
Katie Johnson
    CSU-Pueblo    .647    17    10    11    3    0    1    6    1.000    .684    0
Jamie Lindboe
    Concordia-St. Paul    .588    17    7    10    2    2    1    8    1.118    .632    0
Kellie Nishikida
    Metro State    .583    24    6    14    6    2    3    13    1.375    .583    0
Amber Roundtree
    Metro State    .591    22    13    13    2    1    3    11    1.182    .640    0
Annie Stuedemann
    Winona State    .625    24    9    15    4    2    1    11    1.083    .625    0
Janine Tyler
    CSU-Pueblo    .538    26    7    14    2    4    1    7    1.038    .538    2
Sarah Van Lingen
    Colorado Mines    .550    20    7    11    5    1    0    3    .900    .571    0


Pitchers

Player Name
    School    ERA    W-L    IP    H    ER    BB    K    2B    3B    HR
Katie Goetzinger
    Wayne State    2.64    4-0    30.2    33    9    3    32    6    3    2
Katie Kocman
    Colorado Mines    4.41    4-0    16.1    16    8    8    15    4    0    4
Christie Robinson
    Metro State    2.91    4-0    21.2    22    7    8    20    4    1    2
Stacey Struzynski
    Winona State    2.18    2-1    20.2    14    5    5    25    2    0    1

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