Softball lands program-high 4 NJCAA All-Americans

Softball lands program-high 4 NJCAA All-Americans

OCALA--The College of Central Florida softball team dominated opponents throughout the year, so it was no surprise that it dominated the NJCAA All-American List.

The Patriots landed an NJCAA-best four players on all-american teams to cap off a year that saw them ranked as the No. 1 team in the nation for most of this past season.

Kalen McGill and Brooke Barlow earned First Team All-American honors, while Kelsee Cullop (second) and Edrienne Williams (third) were also honored.

McGill, a University of South Florida signee, set the single-season school record for pitching victories in her lone season in Ocala and helped propel CF to the top of the national rankings for the bulk of the year.

Barlow, meanwhile, became just the third player in Region 8 history to knock in over 100 runs in a single season. 

Cullop and Willians helped power CF's strong offensive attack with Barlow.

As a freshman, Cullop hit .476 to lead the state in batting average.

Williams smashed 16 home runs during her sophomore year and helped the Patriots set single-season school records for runs scored, home runs and RBI. 

The four all-americans are also a single season school record for CF.

Over the past two seasons, the Patriots produced the second-most victories over a two-year span of any program in Region 8 history.

Only the Lake City Community College powers of the late 1990s produced more wins than CF over the past two seasons.