For the second straight year McCook Community College softball player Alexis Moeaki has been named one of 102 student-athletes to make the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s National Junior College Athletic Association all-region team,
These awards honor softball student-athletes from the Association’s three regions with first- and second-team recognitions. NFCA member coaches from each region voted on the teams, and all honorees are now eligible for the 2018 NFCA NJCAA Division I All-American squads.
Moeaki was the only player in Region IX to be selected to the fastpitch coach’s west region team.
The MCC sophomore batted .468 batting average this year and her 76 RBIs were tied for second among all Region IX players. She also ranked second in runs (61), hits (89), triples (5), total bases (154), fourth in on-base percentage (.512) and doubles (22), and sixth in home runs (11).
This year she set the Lady Indian individual season record with her 76 RBIs.
In her two years at MCC she the career leader in batting average (.464), hits (176), RBI’s (142) and ranks in the all-time top five in home runs, doubles, runs scored and total bases.
Butler Community College (West), College of Southern Idaho (West) and Wabash Valley College (Midwest) each had five selections. Seven programs- Chipola College (South), Clarendon College (West), College of Central Florida (South), Eastern Arizona College (West), Florida SouthWestern State College (South) and Tyler Junior College (Midwest)- collected four accolades apiece.