Four Chattanooga State Players Chosen All-Americans

Friday, May 23, 2014

Four Chattanooga State softball players were chosen to the NJCAA Division I All-America team on Thursday.

Earning All-America status were shortstop Baylee Williams on the second team and first-baseman Lindsey Stickkrod, outfielder Courtney Crawford and pitcher Shelby Williard on the third team.

Willimas hit .412 with 15 home runs. Crawford hit .426, Stickrod hit .387 while Willard, the former Chatttanooga State standout, was 22-1 with a 2.40 ERA and 144 strikeouts in 140 innings.


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