TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Tallahassee Community College Athletics) – Tallahassee Community College placed two players on the Florida College System Activities Association’s (FCSAA) All-State Softball Teams.
Sophomore shortstop Amanda Ake earned a spot on the All-FCSAA first-team while freshman pitcher Kristyn Barry was a second-team selection.
Ake, a native of Carrolton, Ga., led Tallahassee with a .404 batting average and was one of three players on the roster to hit ten home runs in 2012. She also paced the Eagles in hits (65), runs scored (47) and slugging percentage (.652).
Ake earned second-team all-FCSAA honors as a freshman.
Barry, who is from Adelaide, SA Australia, enjoyed a stellar rookie season with the Eagles. She led the team in wins (14-7) and strikeouts (168) while posting a 1.46 ERA and limiting opponents to a .187 batting average.
Sophomore second baseman Megan Oster was also a finalist for the Jean Williams Scholar-Athlete Award, given annually to the top softball scholar-athlete in Florida.
Oster, a native of Clermont, Fla., is an honor roll student at TCC and plans to major in accounting after transferring to Morehead State University this fall.