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April 29, 2020

Oklahoma City, OK- The Sooner Athletic Conference (SAC) released its individual and team awards for Softball on Wednesday afternoon. Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) had five players that were recognized for their outstanding performance for the 2020 Softball season.    

Five Lady Lions earn SAC Softball honors

Players/Honors/Stats

  • Rosie Guadarrama (JR/Cushing, TX) – First Team SAC Honors. Guadarrama started every game in 2020. She logged the most at-bats (68) runs (10) and RBI (9). She finished second on the team in hits with (20). Her steady hands were on display defensively all year as she had 56 chances converting 46 putouts, 9 assists, and just 1 error which allowed her to reach an incredibly efficient .982 fielding percentage.
  • Ashlyn Teran (SO/Normangee, TX) – First Team SAC Honors. Teran led the Lady Lions in hits (21) runs (10) extra-base hits (7) slugging percentage (.475) (minimum on 30 at-bats) and walks (6). She was second on the team in at-bats (61) and RBI (7).
  • Autumn Graham (JR/Flower Mound, TX)- Second Team SAC Honors. Graham led SAGU in a number of pitching stats including innings pitched (59.1) wins (6) games started (10) complete games (6) and strikeouts (32).
  • Cheyenne Fults (SR/ Waxahachie, TX)- SAC Honorable Mention and Gold Glove. Fults started all 19 games posting 60 defensive chances. She logged 21 putouts and 36 assists. She committed only 3 errors on the season which gave her an efficient .950 fielding percentage.
  • Alana Ortega (FR/Houston, TX)- SAC Honorable Mention. Ortega was second on the team in at-bats (60) hitting average (,317) (minimum of 30 at-bats), runs (8), RBI (7), and finished third in hits with (19).

Thoughts From Coach Watson

  • Rosie- “She is a team leader. Rosie is a competitor on and off the field. I have never coached a young lady that has been this close to the complete package. She consistently displays a great attitude, as well as tremendous offensive and defensive play on the field.” 
  • Ashlyn- “Ashlyn, a transfer sophomore, transitioned easily into the lineup and led the Lady Lions in hitting. She also shined with her defensive play in the outfield.” 
  • Autumn- “She demonstrated incredible poise on the mound. Autumn is another great competitor. She’s someone I know I can count on to deliver when I need her. She pitches hard and puts an exceptional spin on the ball.” 
  • Alana-“Alana is another great hitter. She takes a cerebral approach with her at-bats. She understands situational hitting with contact and placement.” 
  • Cheyenne- “Another great hitter on this team. She has a balanced offensive and defensive game. She is the wall on the left side of our infield. When the ball is hit her way I find myself saying ‘yes’ because I know it’s going to be an out.” 

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