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Three Wildcat Softball Players Earn All-NSIC Honors

Posted: 02 May, 2013

WAYNE - Wayne State College landed three players on the 2013 Northern Sun Conference All-Conference Softball Team released by the league office in Burnsville, Minnesota.  Sophomore Kelcie Bormann was voted by coaches as First Team designated player while sophomore first baseman Kaiti Williams is a repeat selection to the Second Team.  Williams was also named to the NSIC Gold Glove Team along with junior right fielder Kylee Simpson.
            Bormann, 5-6 sophomore designated player/pitcher from Preston, Iowa (Preston HS), was a First Team All-NSIC selection after posting a .336 batting average this season with four doubles, two triples and 23 RBI.  She ranks third on the team in runs scored with 29 and drew a team-high 20 walks.  As a pitcher, Bormann had a 6-5 record with three saves and a 2.07 ERA.  In 22 appearances, she had 11 starts with four complete games and two shutouts throwing 84.2 innings with 73 strikeouts and allowing just 25 earned runs.
            Williams, a 5-7 sophomore first baseman from Papillion, Nebraska (Papillion-LaVista South HS), was a Second Team All-NSIC selection for a second straight year after leading the Wildcats in batting with a .372 average.  She leads the team in hits (48), runs scored (33) and is tied for the team lead in doubles with 11.  Williams had 14 multi-hit games this season and ranked second on the team with eight multi-RBI contests.  She was also named to the NSIC Gold Glove Team for the first time after making just two errors this season for a stellar .993 fielding percentage.
            Simpson, a 5-2 junior right fielder from Riverside, California (Iowa Western CC), was named to the NSIC Gold Glove Team after not making an error in 33 chances with one assist for a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage this season.  Simpson posted a .308 batting average this season for Wayne State with one home run and 16 RBI’s and ranked second on the team in runs scored (30) and tied for second on the team in hits with 40. 

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