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Sarno, DeFrain Earn Second-Team Honors
Becki Toth

Jackie Maser

The left side of the Muhlenberg softball team’s infield has been named to the All-Centennial Conference first team.

Senior shortstop Becki Toth was selected by the league’s coaches after leading the Mules and ranking sixth in the CC with a .379 average. She also had an on-base percentage of .453, good for fourth in the Conference. Toth, who hit .458 in CC games, is one of just 10 players in league history to land on the first team three times; she missed out only in 2002, when her season was cut short by an early injury.

Senior third base Jackie Maser earned her first first-team honor after receiving second-team accolades in both 2001 and 2002. She hit .315 overall (.396 in CC games) and tied a school record with 13 doubles. Maser was fifth in the CC with 24 RBI. She ended the season on a tear, driving in 10 runs and rapping out seven extra-base hits in the final nine games.

Also honored by the CC were second-team selections Nicole Sarno and Missy DeFrain. Sarno, who started in center and earned All-CC honors all four years, hit .361 and led the team in hits (43) and runs scored (30). DeFrain, a sophomore who played first base in her first year as a starter, batted .330 with 18 RBI.

The Mules finished the season 21-12, reaching the 20-win mark for the fourth time in six years and the eighth time overall.

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On the Mules’ all-time chart for total bases, Toth (above left) finished third with 189, one spot and two total bases below Maser (below left). Toth also ended up second in hits (149), fifth in stolen bases (27), sixth in batting average (.387) and doubles (23), seventh in extra-base hits (31), eighth in slugging percentage (.491) and 11th in runs scored (69).

Maser set school records for assists in a career (343) and season (108) and ranked second in doubles (32) and extra-base hits (43), fourth in RBI (78), fifth in hits (135) and sixth in triples (nine).

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