Lady Panthers place three on All-AMCC list

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From left to right: Sydney Mosby, Leann Bell, Bri Stenta

The Pitt-Bradford softball team placed three players on the All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference team, as announced by the league office on Tuesday.

Senior Sydney Mosby, sophomore Leann Bell and junior Bri Stenta each received all-conference accolades for their efforts during the 2014 campaign.

Mosby received first team honors for her role as the Designated Player throughout the year. For the 2014 slate, Mosby batted an impressive .438 at the plate. She recorded 42 hits in 96 appearances, scored 17 runs and drove in 22.

She finished the season with six doubles and one grand slam. Her .531 slugging percentage led the team throughout the year.

Mosby received second team accolades for her role in the circle. She was dominant throughout her career in a Pitt-Bradford uniform and entered the season as the reigning 2013 AMCC Pitcher of the Year. She recorded a 1.84 ERA this year and compiled a 12-6 record with 18 complete games thrown.

In the two appearances she made that were not starts, she was awarded the save in both.

For her career, she finishes with a .360 batting average and a 2.62 ERA in the circle. She carries a career .420 slugging percentage and a 43-36 record on the rubber while tossing an eye-popping 500.1 innings.

Bell earned second team honors for her role at second base. In her only season with the Panthers thus far, Bell carried a .931 fielding percentage for the year. She recorded 49 putouts and 46 assists. At the plate, she tallied a .396 average in 111 at-bats. She was credited with four stolen bases in five attempts.

Stenta garnered third team honors for her play in left field this year. Throughout the season, she remained a constant in the outfield for the Lady Panthers. She appeared and started in 34 of the 36 contests.

Stenta finished with a .976 fielding percentage and was responsible for 39 putouts and one assist. At the plate, she recorded a .307 average in 101 at-bats. She finished with six doubles, one triple and one home run. Also, she was second on the squad with 12 stolen bases in 14 attempts.