Miami University Student-Athletes Named to All-MAC First Team
The Mid-American Conference announced its softball All-Conference Teams. Morgan Lott and Courtney Vierstra were named All-MAC First Team.
Lott led the Miami offense in conference play in batting average (.394), at-bats (71), runs (17), hits (28), total bases (45), slugging percentage (.634) and stolen bases (5). She was also second in doubles (6) and home runs (3). Lott's six triples on the season leads the league and is tied for the most in a single season in program history. She is tied for 10th in the nation in triples and is 13thin triples per game. Overall, Lott is batting .331 on the year and leads the team in at-bats (160), runs (30), hits (53), triples (6), total bases (86) and stolen bases (8).
Vierstra led the Miami pitching staff in conference play in ERA (1.42), wins (8), appearances (17), complete games (8), shutouts (3), saves (2), innings pitched (78.2), strikeouts (111) and opponents' average (.211). Vierstra is fifth in the nation in strikeouts per seven innings (10.5) and is 11th in the nation in strikeouts, her 233 also leading the MAC. She ranks third in program history both in strikeouts in a single season (233) and winning percentage (.708). Vierstra's 17 wins this year ties for the ninth-most in a single season in program history. As a sophomore, she is eighth in Miami softball history with 394 career strikeouts, eighth with 33 wins and is fifth in career win percentage (.589).