INDIANAPOLIS – Three members of the Mount Vernon Nazarene University softball team received All-League honors when awards were announce by the League Office following regular season play. Junior Anna Boue earned a spot on the All-Crossroads League Team while freshman Maddie Johnston earned Honorable Mention honors. Junior Natalie Carpenter earned a place on the Gold Glove team for her defensive efforts in left field.
Boue appeared in 31 games for the Lady Cougars this season, pitching in 24 of those contests. In the circle, Boue posted a 1.98 ERA with 109 strike outs in 134.1 innings pitched. Boue also performed well at the plate for MVNU, batting 0.314 on the season.
Johnston started in all 50 games for MVNU, batting 0.353 with 54 hits and eight stolen bases. Johnston boasted a 0.960 fielding percentage, committing just two errors in center field.
Carpenter, who also started all 50 games, earned her Gold Glove honors with a 0.964 fielding percentage in left field, also committing only two errors this season.
The Lady Cougars finished the regular season with a 19-29 overall record and a 13-23 mark in Crossroads League play, earning a spot in the Crossroads League Tournament for the fourth consecutive season.