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Seventeen LWC softball players earn Academic All MSC honors

By Christopher Coombs

Seventeen members of the Lindsey Wilson Softball team earned Academic All Mid-South Conference honors, the conference office announced Tuesday.

Jordan Balz, Brooklyn Benefield, Callie Burton, Breanna Clark, Kaylee Covey, Alexis Garayzar, Alexus Garza, Payten Gregory, Brianna Griffiths, Lyric Houston, Mikayla Marquez, Allison McClanahan, Emalee McCord, Annabelle Ramirez, Sam Sims, Peyton Sorgius and Brenna Wethington each earned the conference honor.


Ramirez earns the distinction for the third time in her career as Clark, Covey, McClanahan, Sorgius and Wethington pick up their second.

The Blue Raider student-athletes are 17 of 160 softball players in the conference to earn the award. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved at least sophomore academic status.

Cumberlands (Ky.) led all MSC institutions with 19 honorees while Pikeville (Ky.) had the second-most with 18.


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