|Posted April 30, 2008|
Three ThunderWolves garner all-RMAC honors
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Three CSU-Pueblo softball players have been honored as second-teamers on the 2008 all-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
Senior leftfielder Kari Romero, and juniors Kelsey Swanberg (pitcher) and Ashley Aldrich (centerfield) garnered second-team selections to the all-RMAC teams. Swanberg got the rare double-nomination to the all-RMAC team, also being named to the squad as an honorable mention designated player, her offensive position when not pitching. Also joining Swanberg as honorable mention selections were catcher Bo Nuanez and shortstop Janine Tyler.
Romero led the ThunderWolves in batting this season, hitting .376 as the team's everyday leftfielder. She also logged 10 steals and a team-high .460 on base percentage.
Aldrich, a junior college transfer from 2007 NJCAA National Champion Pima (AZ) Community College, led the ThunderWolves in home runs with nine and team's top RBI threat, logging 46 ribbies.
Swanberg emerged as the Pack's top pitcher in 2008, going 11-9 and boasting a 3.81 ERA. she led the team in strikeouts, as well, with 102, and hit .302 as the team's designated player.
To view the RMAC's release, click here.