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College softball: Three Bulldogs named All-Americans

Three senior Bulldogs have been bestowed All-America status from two different organizations. Minnesota Duluth shortstop Becky Smith landed on the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division II third team after hitting .376 with 12 home runs ...

Three senior Bulldogs have been bestowed All-America status from two different organizations.

Minnesota Duluth shortstop Becky Smith landed on the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division II third team after hitting .376 with 12 home runs and a school-record 67 RBIs.

Outfielder Hannah Schmoll of Grand Rapids and second baseman Natalie Wright landed on the NCAA Division II Collegiate Commissioners Association second team. Schmoll set UMD single-season records for runs (64), hits (95) and stolen bases (46) while hitting .466 with three homers and 47 RBIs. Wright batted .364 with nine home runs and 56 RBIs. She had multiple grand slams this season and set a single-game collegiate high this season of eight RBIs in a game against Emporia State on March 16.

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