LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The National Fastpitch Coaches Association announced 78 student-athletes representing 37 programs who received 2022 NFCA NJCAA Division I All-Region accolades.
These awards honor softball student-athletes from the Association’s three regions with first- and second-team recognitions. NFCA member coaches from each region voted on the teams, and all honorees are now eligible for the 2022 NFCA NJCAA Division I All-America squads.
Yavapai College out of the West Region topped all programs with seven All-Region honors, including six on the first team. Chattanooga State College (South) followed with five nods (three first team), while Lake Land College (Midwest), Florida SouthWestern State College (South), Pensacola State College (South) and College of Southern Idaho (West) took home four plaudits apiece.
All four of FSW’s student-athletes made the first team with McLennan Community College (West) tallying three first-team selections.
Six more programs – Indian Hills Community College (Midwest), Seminole State College of Florida (South), Wallace State Community College-Hanceville (South), McLennan CC (West), Odessa College (West) and Howard College (West) – picked up three all-region nods. Indian Hills, Wallace State CC, Southern Idaho and Iowa Western Community College each took home two first-team honors.
NJCAA DI All-Americans, voted on by member head coaches, will be announced on Friday, June 3.
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