FOREST, Va. - Bridgewater College's Stephanie Carroll has been named to the All-ODAC first team at third base in voting by the conference head coaches.
Carroll led the Eagles in several statistical categories including batting average (.386), on-base percentage (.449), slugging percentage (.518), hits (44) and doubles (11). She ranked ninth in the ODAC in batting average. In ODAC-only games, Carroll's batting average improved to .397, ranking seventh in the conference. The Eagles' sophomore had 23 hits in 18 ODAC games, the third most in the conference.
Carroll was also a solid defender at the hot corner. She finished the season with a .942 fielding percentage. She was nearly flawless in conference games, committing just two errors in 18 games for a .969 fielding percentage.
Virginia Wesleyan, the nation's top-ranked team and ODAC Champion, dominated the voting with eight selections, including five first-team picks and three of the major awards. Hannah Hull was named ODAC Pitcher of the Year, Madison Glaubke was Player of the Year and Brandon Elliott was Coach of the Year.
Randolph-Macon, also ranked among the Top 10 teams in the country, had five overall picks on the All-ODAC team, including Madie Rhoads, the ODAC Rookie of the Year.
Emory & Henry oufielder Erin Anderson was named the ODAC Softball Scholar-Athlete of the Year in voting by the conference's sports information directors.