Dubler, Eddings named to NJCAA All-American honors

Staff Writer
The Shawnee News-Star

SEMINOLE – Seminole State was well-represented on the NJCAA All-American Team.

Infielder Tarin Dubler and pitcher Shianne Eddings represented the 2018-2019 Trojans.

Dubler, an Asher graduate, set a team single-season record for most runs scored in a season with 74. The previous mark was set in 2010 by Katie Campbell with 69 runs. Dubler finished with the seventh-best batting average, ending the season with a .464 mark.

Eddings finished the season with a 14-1 record. She pitched 127 innings, struck out 103 batters and pitched nine complete games. Eddings ended the season with the fourth-best earned run average in team history, finishing the campaign with a 1.27 ERA.