USA Softball Ranked In Another Poll; Hannah Campbell Named To Watch List

January 30, 2014 · By · Filed Under NCAA, Softball 
Hannah Campbell became the first USA Softball player to be selected as an All-American |

Hannah Campbell was selected to the Top-50 Watch List for the 2014 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award. |

The Jaguar softball team received two more honors as the season quickly approaches.

Hannah Campbell was selected to the Top-50 “Watch List” for the 2014 USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award as announced by the Amateur Softball Association of America and USA Softball.

This is the 13th year the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award will be given by the National Governing Body for softball in the United States. It is designed to recognize the outstanding athletic achievement by female collegiate softball players across the country.

Campbell is a native of Satsuma, Alabama and finished last season with a 22-9 record and had the nation’s second-best ERA of 1.08. She was selected as a Second-Team All-American by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, the program’s first-ever All-American.

She was named the Sun Belt Conference Tournament Most Outstanding Player for the second year in a row after leading the Jaguars to back-to-back conference tournament titles. She recorded six saves and 10 shutouts last year, both single-season records for USA.

She throw three no-hitters, including a perfect game against Mississippi Valley State in the first round of the 2013 NCAA Mobile Regional hosted by South Alabama.

The preseason watch list includes 24 seniors, 20 juniors and six sophomores. Freshmen are ineligible.

Also, the Jags were ranked 22nd in the preseason Softball Collegiate Top-25 poll. The announcement came from the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) and USA Softball.

Last week they were ranked 20th in the USA Today/National Fastpick Coaches Association Division I Preseason Top-25 Poll.

Both are firsts for the program.

The same six opponents that were ranked last week were also ranked in this poll. UAB was 21, Georgia was 23, Baylor was 18, Lousiana-Lafayette was 13 and LSU was 17.

Virginia Tech and Western Kentucky received votes but were not ranked.


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