Senior third baseman Alyssa Flores, who this season became the first Coyote in 15 seasons to hit at least .400, was named to the All-CCAA first-team softball squad, the conference office announced Wednesday, May 1.
Flores, a Fontana native, finished the regular season in the top 10 in 10 CCAA individual stats (hits, fourth; doubles, sixth; triples, eighth; home runs, ninth; RBI, sixth; total bases, sixth; sacrifice flies, first; batting average, fourth; OBP, ninth; slugging, sixth).
In addition to her fine season, she completed her Coyote career ranked among the top 10 in four different categories: seventh in batting average (.338); sixth in RBI (106); fifth in walks (56); and tied for fifth in home runs (21).
Earlier this season, she was named the CCAA Player of the Week (April 8-14), as she helped the Coyotes sweep Chico State.
She hit .636 average (7-11) and had a .909 slugging percentage that weekend.
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