The accolades keep pouring in for members of the Corning Community College softball team. The NJCAA Region III team was announced and four members of this years talented squad have been honored. A total of 22 student athletes from across the state were selected.
Sam Mennig - utility player (Waverly, NY) - Mennig split her time between the pitchers mound and 2nd base this season for the Red Barons. She hit .521 with 46 RBI's, 19 doubles and 10 homeruns. IN the circle, she collected 73 strikeouts in 83 innings of work.
Haley Williamson - infield (Horseheads, NY) - Williamson played first base and hit in the lead-off spot this season. She hit a team-high .523 with a .602 on-base percentage and 21 walks.
Angie Frampton - outfield (Corning, NY) - Frampton hit .459 with 33 RBI's and 4 homeruns this season. She also saw major time in the circle as she threw 52 innings with 77 strikeouts and posted a 2.29 ERA.
Emily Knowlden - catcher (Horseheads, NY) - Knowlden hit .441 with 36 RBI's. Her biggest contribution came from behind the plate as she caught 30 of the 34 games this season and only allowed 4 past balls and 5 stolen bases against.
The Red Barons finished 26-8 on the season, winning a MSAC (Mid-State Athletic Conference) championship before falling in the NJCAA Regional Finals.