Ten Tiger Softball Players Earn All-SCAC Honors

Ten Tiger Softball Players Earn All-SCAC Honors

San Antonio - Ten Tiger  players have been tabbed for the All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Softball Teams, which were announced Friday night at the SCAC Tournament in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Sophomore utility player Emily Vaclavik is Trinity's lone representative on the All-SCAC First Team. Selected for the Second Team were senior outfielder Marisa Trevino, sophomore outfielder Gina Monaco, and sophomore pitcher Allie Holbrook.

The Honorable Mention selections were senior catcher Stephanie Crumrine, senior first baseman Emily Reed, sophomore second baseman Carli Jones, sophomore shortstop Brianna Pena, senior third baseman Rylie Goldwait, and junior first baseman Danielle Ruiz.

Vaclavik leads the Tigers with a .398 batting average. She is second on the Tigers squad with 22 runs scored, and has posted a slugging percentage of .408, with a on-base percentage of .431.

Holbrook made the All-SCAC Second Team for the second consecutive year. The Tiger pitcher is sporting a 10-11 record, and has one save in her column. Holbrook has a team-best 2.45 ERA over 105.2 innings pitched, which includes four shutouts. She leads in strikeouts with 55 to her credit. Holbrook hurled a no-hitter against Schreiner (TX) University, the 15th Tiger in softball history to accomplish the feat, and the first since 2016.

Trevino was an Honorable Mention Team selection in 2016. She is second on the squad with a batting average of .361, and has scored 19 runs while driving in 19 more. Trevino is tops with 64 total bases and 10 doubles, and is tied for the lead with three home runs.

Pena is third in batting average at .355, and leads in both runs and RBI with 24 each. She also has smacked two home runs and is second with 62 total bases. Monaco is hitting .471 and has an on-base percentage of .571.

Goldwait was a 2016 Honorable Mention selection and is batting .380.  Crumrine made the 2016 All-SCAC Second Team and is batting.320, while chalking up 11 RBI. Ruiz is a .298 hitter, while Reed is batting .294. She is tied for the home run lead with three round-trippers and has driven in 19 runs, while accounting for 33 total bases. Jones has driven in 16 runs this season.

Fifth-seeded Trinity (17-22) lost to #4 Schreiner Friday in the opening game of the double-elimination SCAC Tournament at Centenary (LA) College. The Tigers will play an elimination game at 12:30 p.m. Saturday against the loser of #2 Southwestern (TX) University and third-seeded Centenary.