LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Twelve softball players from the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) were part of the more than 8,000 student-athletes to be named 2019 Easton/NFCA All-America Scholar-Athletes, the Association announced on Wednesday afternoon.
The rankings and honors recognize the academic prowess of softball teams across the Association's membership categories. NCAA Division III led the way with 1,928 student-athletes earning a 3.5 grade-point average or higher for 2018-19. NCAA Division I and Division II followed with 1,769 and 1,306 honorees. High School weighted and High School unweighted earned 1,225 and 793 distinctions. NAIA and two-year programs each amassed 570 recipients.
Salisbury University was represented by Madeira Alexander, Emily Allen, Francesca Cuttitta, Sydney Duplissey, Hope Eckhart, Bethany Hewitt, Shannon Powell, Cathi Ramagnano, Amelia Trotter, and Lillian Wingo on the recognition list.
Southern Virginia University's Megan Harmon and Bethanie Hudson rounded out the conference contingent.