2013 All-Metro first team for softball

June 07, 2013|By Todd Karpovich | For The Baltimore Sun

Ali Caulkins

Archbishop Spalding, sophomore, pitcher

Struck out 82 batters, walked 14 In 77 innings

Batted .433 with 21 RBIs, 14 runs scored, 11 doubles

“Ali is the type of player any coach would dream to have,” Spalding coach Nikki Trumpler said

Brittany Jones

North County, senior, pitcher-utility

Averaged more than one strikeout per inning -- 73 strikeouts in 72 innings

Batted .549 with one home run, one triple, four doubles, eight stolen bases

Committed to play softball at Liberty

Ashley Lesniewski

Mount de Sales, senior, pitcher

Had 17-4 record, nine shutouts, 175 strikeouts, 1.13 ERA for IAAM A Conference champs

Hit .507 with five home runs, five doubles, three triples, 32 RBIs

Four-year starter and four-time IAAM All-Star, will play softball at Salisbury

Ali Moos

Glen Burnie, junior, pitcher

Was 12-5 with 1.34 ERA, 98 strikeouts, 43 walks for Gophers this season

Had a .343 batting average with four doubles, four triples, 15 RBIs

Led Glen Burnie to its first appearance in state final since 1998

Brooke Steinbach

Northeast, junior, pitcher

Had 16-1 record with 16 complete games, 2.84 ERA, 115 strikeouts this season

Batted .382 with one home run, two doubles, one triple, 14 RBIs

Led Northeast to Anne Arundel County title

Hannah Tavik

Seton Keough, senior, pitcher-infielder

Was 9-3 this season, allowing just 45 hits, with 83 strikeouts, 1.00 ERA in 73 innings

Hit .600 with five home runs, three triples, seven doubles, 23 RBIs

“She was beyond a doubt the best player on the field in every game we played,” Gators coach Chuck Snee said

Leah Allen

Glenelg, senior, infielder

An All-Metro first-team selection for second straight season, she had .897 fielding percentage this year

Batted .514 with nine home runs, 31 RBIs for Gladiators this season

Committed to play softball at Pennsylvania

Kristina Dillard

Broadneck, senior, infielder

Batted .548 with two home runs, six doubles, three triples, 30 runs this season

An All-Metro first-team pick for second time, she also had 34 RBIs and three stolen bases

Committed to play softball at Louisville

Lindsay Meyers

Eastern Tech, senior, infielder

Batted .450 with .608 on-base percentage, three home runs, 25 RBIs, five triples this season

Defensive standout for Class 3A runner-up, with .955 fielding percentage

A four-year starter, she will attend Salisbury next year

Olivia Ravadge

Chesapeake-AA, senior, infielder-outfielder

With 26 RBIs this season, repeat All-Metro first-team pick raised career total to 114

Hit .370 this year, had a .409 career average

Named to All-Anne Arundel County first team by coaches, had two home runs, five doubles, three triples

Katie Wilkinson

Howard, senior, infielder

Had 39 hits, including four home runs, nine doubles, three triples for Lions

Batted .557 with 33 RBIs, 27 runs, .914 slugging percentage, .577 on-base percentage this season

“She was Howard's on-the-field leader,” Lions coach Chuck Rice said

Teams selected by Todd Karpovich after consultation with Baltimore Sun staff and area coaches.

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.