WOODWARD – A quarter of Woodward-Granger softballers were recently named as All-West Central Conference players.
Sophomores Miranda Aunspach and Bree Lesch garnered Second Team status, with junior Meagan Bandstra and sophomore Riley Jamison named to the Honorable Mention list.
Aunspach sparkled at the plate, where the shortstop hit .389 with 49 hits in 126 at-bats. She drove in 29 runs and scored a team-best 30 times while producing seven doubles, three triples and a home run.
Lesch was 39-of-125 (.312) with four doubles, a triple and one home run. The center fielder finished with 28 RBIs while scoring 24 times.
Bandstra posted a .417 average with 50 hits in 120 at-bats. Her 14 doubles and 35 RBIs topped the team, as did her .533 slugging percentage. The only W-G upperclassman honored, Bandstra scored 18 runs and had a team-high on-base percentage of .426.
Jamison was 34-of-115 at the dish for a .296 average. She hit six doubles, a triple and a home run and drove in 25 runs.
On the mound Jamison was 13-19 in 32 starts, with two relief appearances. Her 212-2/3 innings pitched topped 2A and was fourth among all classes at the start of the state tourney. She yielded 222 runs (128 earned) for an ERA of 4.21, allowing 264 hits and 75 walks while striking out 74.
Woodward-Granger finished 13-22 overall and posted a 9-7 mark in WCC play.