2006 Louisivlle Slugger/NFCA NWAACC All-America Team
Placing a pair of players each, Wenatchee Valley, Spokane and South Puget Sound collectively led the way as the Louisville Slugger/NFCA 2005 NWAACC All-America teams were announced Monday by the association.
Rachel Bare, who led the Knights on the defensive side of the ball, was named to the All-America team after winning 19 games and posting an impressive 2.78 ERA this season. Teammate Tarn Potter provided Wenatchee with offensive power during her freshman campaign, hitting .393 with seven home runs and 42 RBI.
Ryanne Horton and Amanda Homann were named all-Americans from South Puget Sound. Horton, a sophomore infielder, posted a .476 average at the plate while hitting 22 home runs on the season. Homann also hit 22 homers in 2006 while posting a .485 batting average.
Community Colleges of Spokane placed a pair of sophomores on the all-America team in infielder Lacey Parry and designated player Amber Fowler.
Head coach Shelly Pflugrath and her Wenatchee Valley staff were named the 2006 NWAACC Coaching Staff of the Year.
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