FLORENCE, S.C. – Francis Marion University junior left-handed softball pitcher Michaela Wolf has been named to a second All-Region squad, this time to the second-team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Southeast Region team. She was selected in the utility player/pitcher spot.
Earlier, the Littleton, Colo., native was selected to the Daktronics Inc. All-Region squad.
Wolf recorded a 20-11 record with a 1.58 earned run average. She completed 25 of her 29 starts and struck out 172 batters in 204.1 innings of work. She walked only 35 batters and opponents hit just .224 against her.
At the plate this season, she hit .323 with 15 runs scored, five doubles, four home runs, and 27 runs batted in – the second highest total on the squad. She also owned a .408 on-base percentage.
Wolf is the only Patriot hurler in the history of the program to win 20 games more than once in a career -- after winning 29 games last year and 21 games as a freshman. She owns a 70-34 career mark with 583 strikeouts in 700.1 career innings.
She helped lead Francis Marion to a 32-19 record in 2009, but the Patriots narrowly missed earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Division II National Tournament.