COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The Southeastern Conference announced its annual softball awards to cap the 2019 season and kick off the SEC Softball Tournament in College Station, Texas, May 8-11. The All-SEC Teams consist of 30 total student-athletes, along with a 13-member All-Freshman team and a 10-member All-Defensive Team. No ties were broken.

Abbey Cheek of Kentucky was named Player of the Year, while Sarah Cornell of Alabama earned Pitcher of the Year honors. The Freshman of the Year award went to Montana Fouts of Alabama, and Katie Reed of Kentucky was selected as the Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Patrick Murphy of Alabama was chosen as the Coach of the Year. The awards were voted on by the league’s head coaches.

The complete 2019 SEC Softball Postseason Awards is as follows:

First Team All-SEC

P – Sarah Cornell, Alabama
P – Montana Fouts, Alabama
P – Ashley Rogers, Tennessee
IF – Bailey Hemphill, Alabama
IF – Amanda Lorenz, Florida
IF – Alyssa DiCarlo, Georgia
IF – Abbey Cheek, Kentucky
IF – Shemiah Sanchez, LSU
OF – Hannah McEwen, Arkansas
OF – Kylan Becker, Ole Miss
OF – Kat Moore, Mississippi State
OF – Brooke Wilmes, Missouri
C – Jenny Schaper, Kentucky
C – Mia Davidson, Mississippi State
DP/U – Kendyl Lindaman, Florida
DP/U – Fa Leilua, Mississippi State

Second Team All-SEC

P – Autumn Storms, Arkansas
P – Kelly Barnhill, Florida
P – Molly Jacobsen, Ole Miss
IF – Maddie Morgan, Alabama
IF – Katie Reed, Kentucky
IF – Amanda Sanchez, LSU
IF – Jana Johns, South Carolina
IF – Aubrey Leach, Tennessee
OF – Elissa Brown, Alabama
OF – Ciara Bryan, Georgia
OF – Aliyah Andrews, LSU
OF – Jenna Holcomb, Tennessee
C – Kendall Veach, Auburn
DP/U – Shelbi Sunseri, LSU

Freshman All-SEC

P – Montana Fouts, Alabama
P – Elizabeth Hightower, Florida
P – Shelby Wickersham, LSU
IF – Skylar Wallace, Alabama
IF – Lacey Fincher, Georgia
IF – Jazmyn Rollin, Missouri
IF – Madison Owens, South Carolina
IF – Baylee Klinger, Texas A&M
OF – Kayla Kowalik, Kentucky
OF – Savannah Stewart, LSU
OF – Tate Whitley, Ole Miss
OF – Anna Kate Segars, Mississippi State
C – Kaili Phillips, Tennessee
DP/U – Kaitlin Parsons, Tennessee

SEC All-Defensive

P – Sarah Cornell, Alabama
C – Jenny Schaper, Kentucky
1B – Amanda Lorenz, Florida
2B – Casey McCrackin, Auburn
SS – Katie Reed, Kentucky
3B – Abbey Cheek, Kentucky
LF – Jenna Holcomb, Tennessee
CF – Elissa Brown, Alabama
CF – Aliyah Andrews, LSU
RF – Kaylee Horton, Ole Miss

Player of the Year: Abbey Cheek, Kentucky
Pitcher of the Year: Sarah Cornell, Alabama
Freshman of the Year: Montana Fouts, Alabama
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Katie Reed, Kentucky
Coach of the Year: Patrick Murphy, Alabama

Source- SEC

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