LOUISVILLE, KY – Rowan pitcher Emily August and catcher Korie Hague were selected to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) East All-Region first team while shortstop Payton MacNair and outfielder Morgan Zane were members of the second team.
This year’s All-Region Teams were voted on by the NFCA member coaches in their respective regions. The eight regions had a total of 308 student-athletes from 134 schools chosen to the first, second and third teams. All honorees are eligible for the 2021 NFCA Division III All-America squads.
August has a 14-3 pitching record with three saves and a 0.74 earned run average (ERA). In 113.1 innings, she has totaled 108 strikeouts and a .158 opposing batting average. Her ERA ranks ninth in Division III. She was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Pitcher of the Year and to the All-Conference first team.
Hague is contributing with a .327 batting average. She has compiled 33 hits, 26 RBI and 15 runs. Her extra base hits include nine doubles, one triple and two home runs. Hague was a NJAC All-Conference first team selection.
MacNair is the team’s top hitter with a .405 batting average. She is also first in hits (47) and runs scored (31). MacNair has registered 21 RBI, 12 doubles, four triples and two home runs. She was chosen the NJAC Player of the Year and to the All-Conference first team.
This is Zane’s second All-Region honor. She was selected to the East All-Region second team in 2019. Zane is hitting .392 and is the RBI leader (33). She has scored 30 runs and recorded 12 doubles and four home runs. Zane was named to the NJAC All-Conference first team.
Rowan (27-7) is ranked second in the NCAA East Region and 18th in the NFCA Top 25 Poll.