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Spencer Embler, Sierra Holmes & Kristen Bell

Discussion in 'The Next Level' started by justsoftball, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. justsoftball

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    Spencer Embler was recently named to the DII CIAA 1st Team All-Conference in the position of utility player. Embler, who formerly played for the Randolph Rage, posted a .439 BA with 22 RBI and 10 runs in 57 at bats during conference play, while accumulating 58 put outs, 6 assists in the field with only 1 error. Embler was named the CIAA Pitcher of the Week for the week ending March 25, 2013. Embler was honored when she was named the teams MVP for the 2013 season.

    Sierra Holmes was also named to the DII CIAA 1st Team All-Conference in the position of catcher. Holmes, a Western Harnett graduate and former Fuquay Bombs Red/Cape Fear Storm player, posted a .400 BA with 12 RBI and 13 runs in 50 at bats, while taking 10 walks and getting hit by pitch twice. Holmes racked up 91 put outs and 13 assists in her position as catcher, calling the game from behidn the plate. Holmes was named CIAA Defensive Player of the Week for three consecutive weeks: April 1, April 8 and April 15, 2013. Holmes was honored when she was named by the team as the Most Outstanding Defensive Player for the 2013, and was named Scholar Athlete for Softball by the school. Holmes was previously named Academic All-American for the 2011-2012 season.

    Kristen Bell, a Swansboro HS graduate and former player for NC Challengers Stewart, was name to to the CIAA All-Rookie team and was singled out as the CIAA Rookie of the Year for her work on the mound. Headed into conference play, Bell was listed as 6th in the nation for All-Division II schools in walks allowed, having allowed just 6 walks throughout the season.
     

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