Anastos Named Second-Team All-RMAC
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs first baseman Jessika Anastos was named second-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Tuesday.
Anastos hit .333 and tied for the RMAC lead with 18 home runs this past season. The senior from Broomfield set a new NCAA home run record in 2009 with 0.57 per game (24 in 42 games). She was the RMAC Player of the Year in 2009.
Alisa Heronema of Regis took home the player of the year award for 2010, while Metro State's Christie Robinson was the pitcher of the year and Adams State's Katelyn Lovato was the freshman of the year. Jen Fisher of Metro State was named RMAC Coach of the Year.
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