Six Judson College softball players earn All-American honors
Six Judson College Eagles softball players earned national All-American honors, which were announced at the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s National Championship Banquet May 12. Four Judson Eagles earned All-American honors, and two earned national Academic All-American honors.
Taylor Hutto, senior pitcher and first baseman from Alexander City, Ala. was named to the USCAA First Team All-American list. Carson Beatty, freshman left fielder from Northport, Ala., made the USCAA Second Team All-American list. Ashtin Morris, senior catcher from Prattville, Ala., and Kaylen Holtzapfel, sophomore shortstop from Birmingham, Ala., were named USCAA Honorable Mention All-Americans. USCAA All-American athletes are chosen by vote of USCAA coaches and a final selection committee.
Sarah Lippeatt, senior pitcher and second baseman from West Blocton, Ala., and Katie Daniel, senior catcher from Beauregard, Ala., were both named to the USCAA National All-Academic Team. To be eligible for the All-Academic team, players must have completed 24 or more credits on their USCAA transcripts and have maintained a 3.50 GPA or greater.
The Judson Eagles softball team completed its 7th appearance in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s Small College World Series in tournament 7th place after losses to Cleary University and Penn State Brandywine earlier this week.