HOUSTON – Following the 2018 softball season, seven student-athletes have earned post-season honors.
Freshman Allison Bravoand sophomore Taylor McHenrywere both named to the all-conference and all-Region XIV first teams. In addition, freshman Michelle Kristoffand sophomores Natalie Hoyt, Mackenzie Kotrla,Katlyn Riveraand Riley Bullenearned all-conference second team honors.
Bravo averaged .368 at the plate this season in 136 at bats. She tallied 50 hits, including 14 doubles, 2 triples, and one homerun with 18 RBI. Behind the plate as the team’s catcher, the Houston native (Dobie HS), Bravo was responsible for 217 put outs.
Deer Park’s McHenry led the team with a .424 average, behind a team-best 86 hits that included 11 doubles, five triples, and one home run in 203 at bats. McHenry also led the team in stolen bases with 25. This is the second first-team all-Region XIV honor for McHenry.
San Jacinto College finished the 2018 softball season 24-31 overall, 13-11 in conference play. The team advanced to the quarterfinals of the Region XIV tournament. For more information about San Jacinto College athletics, visit sanjacsports.com.
About San Jacinto College
Surrounded by monuments of history, industries and maritime enterprises of today, and the space age of tomorrow, San Jacinto College has been serving the citizens of East Harris County, Texas, since 1961. As a fiscally sound institution, the College currently holds bond ratings of AA and Aa2 by Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s, respectively. San Jacinto College is a 2017 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence Rising Star Award recipient and an Achieving the Dream Leader College. Approximately 45,000 credit and non-credit students each year benefit from a support system that maps out a pathway for success. The College offers eight areas of study that prepare a diverse body of students to transfer to four-year colleges or universities or enter the workforce with the skills needed to support the growing industries along the Texas Gulf Coast. San Jacinto College graduates contribute nearly $690 million each year to the Texas workforce.