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Softball: Alyssa DiCarlo Tabbed Preseason All-SEC

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The head softball coaches of the Southeastern Conference have voted Georgia shortstop Alyssa DiCarlo to the Preseason All-SEC Team.

 

DiCarlo, a senior from Glendale, Arizona, earned Third Team NFCA All-American status a season ago. As a junior, she knocked 21 home runs, a figured that led the SEC in 2018. She hit .400 as a junior while driving in 67 runs to rank second in the league. DiCarlo scattered 72 total hits and recorded a .498 on-base percentage with a .850 slugging percentage, the highest in the SEC.

 

Entering her senior campaign, DiCarlo has amassed 45 career home runs, 194 RBI, and is a .377 career hitter for Georgia.

 

The Preseason All-SEC Softball Team is voted on by the league’s head coaches and consists of a minimum of 14 players. Each SEC head coach voted for five infielders, four outfielders, three pitchers, one catcher and one designated player/utility. No ties were broken.

 

DiCarlo and the Georgia softball team begins the 2019 season Feb. 8 in Boca Raton, Florida.

 

2019 Preseason All-SEC Softball Team

Name, School

Position

Cl.

Hometown

Alyssa DiCarlo, Georgia

IF

Sr.

Glendale, Ariz.

Katie Reed, Kentucky

IF

Sr.

St. Louis, Mo.

Amanda Sanchez, LSU

IF

Sr.

West Covina, Calif.

Mackenzie Boesel, South Carolina

IF

Jr.

Yorba Linda, Calif.

Aubrey Leach, Tennessee

IF

Sr.

The Woodlands, Texas

Kaylee Tow, Alabama

OF

So.

Madisonville, Ky.

Amanda Lorenz, Florida

OF

Sr.

Moorpark, Calif.

Aliyah Andrews, LSU

OF

Jr.

Oldsmar, Fla.

Kylan Becker, Ole Miss

OF

Sr.

Miami, Fla.

Mary Haff, Arkansas

P

So.

Winter Haven, Fla.

Makayla Martin, Auburn

P

Sr.

San Diego, Calif.

Kelly Barnhill, Florida

P

Sr.

Marietta, Ga.

Mia Davidson, Mississippi State

C

So.

Hillsborough, N.C.

Bailey Hemphill, Alabama

DP/UT

Jr.

Lafayette, La.

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