The National Fast-Pitch Coaches Association (NFCA) released its 2013 All-American teams on Wednesday, with two players from the SLCC Softball team receiving awards.
Bruin sophomore pitcher MaCauley Flint from Roy and sophomore outfielder Malia Campos from Murray were named NFCA First Team All-Americans for the second consecutive year.
Flint turned in a win-loss record of 29-4 this season and struck out a total of 271 opposing batters. She finished the season with a 1.39 earned run average and recorded 10 shutouts this year. Flint pitched 21 complete games this season and allowed just 30 extra base hits in 232 innings of work.
She was named a National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) First Team All-American and earned Scenic West Athletic Conference (SWAC) Pitcher-of-the-Year honors. Flint was also an NJCAA Division I All-Tournament Team selection this year and was named a First Team All-Region 18 pitcher.
Campos led the Bruins with a .455 batting average and 91 hits on the season. She also led the team in on-base percentage (.544), walks (35), runs scored (83) and stolen bases (39) from the leadoff position in the lineup. Campos tied for the team lead in triples with four and had 11 doubles this year. She struck out just 14 times in 200 total at-bats.Two SLCC Softball Players Named NFCA All-Americans
Campos was named an NJCAA First Team All-American and earned Most Outstanding Offensive Player honors at NJCAA Nationals. She hit for a .426 average at Nationals with eight runs batted in, 15 runs scored and an inside-the-park grand slam home run.