LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The National Fastpitch Coaches Association has announced that 79 student-athletes from 37 programs have received 2022 NFCA NJCAA DII All-Region accolades.
The awards honor softball student-athletes from the Association’s three regions with first- and second-team recognition. NFCA member coaches from each respective region voted on the teams, and all the honorees now become eligible for selection to the 2022 NFCA NJCAA DII All-America squads.
Louisburg College out of the East Region led the way with six All-Region selections and five on the first team. Kirkwood Community College (Midwest) followed with five nods (two first team), while Patrick Henry Community College (East), Chesapeake College (East), Des Moines Area Community College (Midwest), Copiah-Lincoln Community College (South), Jones College (South) and Phoenix College (South) took home four plaudits apiece.
All four of DMACC’s and Phoenix’s student-athletes made the first team, with Triton College (Midwest) collecting three first-team recognitions.
Six more programs – Catawba Valley Community College (East), Oakland Community College (East), South Suburban Community College (Midwest), Triton and Northwest Mississippi Community College – picked up three All-Region nods. Patrick Henry, Catawba Valley, Jackson College (East), Bryant and Stratton College-Wisconsin (Midwest), Copiah Lincoln CC and Northwest Mississippi each took home two first-team honors.
NJCAA DII All-Americans, voted on by member head coaches, will be announced on Friday, June 3.
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