Two Patriots Named to College Sports Madness Softball Preseason A-10 Team
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Two Patriots Named to College Sports Madness Softball Preseason A-10 Team

College Sports Madness has selected Brooke Blankenship and Julia Czarnecki to its preseason Atlantic-10 All-Conference team.

Junior Brooke Blankenship is from Glen Allen, VA and plays 3B for the Patriots.  Blankenship was selected for the All-CAA First Team as a freshman and sophomore.   The junior was also an All-Rookie selection as a freshman after finishing with a team-best .349 batting average.  She also led the Green and Gold in slugging percentage, on-base percentage, RBI, doubles and home runs.

Blankenship also led the Patriots in hits, batting average, doubles, RBI and home runs for the 2013 season as well.

Sophomore Julie Czarnecki is from Clayton, CA and plays in the outfield for the Patriots.  Last season, Czarnecki led the team in runs scored, finishing with 21.  The sophomore also had a team-best eight steals as a freshman. 

Czarnecki added 19 hits on 83 at bats for a .229 batting average and was also named CAA Rookie of the Week once last season.

The full list of selections is below:

 

 
 

First Team

 

Second Team

 
 

P

Brianna Lore, Saint Louis

 

P

Kayla English, Dayton

 
 

P

Courtney Martin, George Washington

P

Alicia Aughton, La Salle

 
 

P

Meghan Rico, George Washington

 

P

Caroline Raymond, Massachusetts

 
 

IF

Elise Fortier, Fordham

 

IF

Quianna Diaz-Patterson, Massachusetts

 

IF

Victoria Valos, George Washington

IF

Kayla Lombardo, Fordham

 
 

IF

Gabby Luety, Fordham

 

IF

Kasi Vazquez, Dayton

 
 

IF

Sarah Yoos, St. Joseph's

 

IF

Tiffany Ricks, Dayton

 
 

IF

Tiffany Meeks, Massachusetts

 

IF

Brooke Blankenship, George Mason

 
 

OF

Lindsay Friedman, Saint Louis

 

OF

Maria Ficca, St. Joseph's

 
 

OF

Kendra Heyer, La Salle

 

OF

Ashley Snider, St. Bonaventure

 
 

OF

Nicole Palase, St. Joseph's

 

OF

Julia Czarnecki, George Mason

 
 

UTIL

Michele Daubman, Fordham

 

UTIL

Megan Hodgson, La Salle

 
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