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Lady Wolves softball standouts Madison Moak and Abby Grace Richardson from Brookhaven were honored for their performances on the diamond by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) and National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).

NJCAA named Moak First Team All-American, and she was a NFCA Rawling Gold Glove winner.  NJCAA also named Richardson a Third Team All-American.

Moak (Brookhaven) led the Lady Wolves and the MACCC in batting average this season at .503 while also leading the team in hits at 94. The University of Southern Mississippi signee was second on the team in home runs at 16, while leading the team in double, triples, RBIs, and stolen bases with 22, 12, 69 and 19 respectively. She also had the second highest on-base percentage on the team at .546 and the highest slugging percentage at 1.005 while posting a perfect fielding percentage with no errors on 69 defensive chances, 66 putouts and three assists and participating in a double play while playing centerfield. Moak also broke her team’s single season and career hits records (157) this season.

 Richardson (Brookhaven) was second on the Lady Wolves in batting average this season at .444. She led the team in home runs at 22 home runs while her 65 RBIs and her 14 stolen bases were second-most on the team. She led the team in on-base percentage at .604 and was second in slugging percentage at 1.000.  Her team-leading 55 walks was third in the NJCAA. This season, the Mississippi State University signee broke the career RBI and home run records as well as the single season and career walks records in addition to holding the single season home run and RBI records from her freshman year. She had a.931 fielding percentage with only 12 errors on 174 defensive chances, 99 putouts and 63 assist, while participating in seven double plays.


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