BRADFORD, Pa. – Pitt-Bradford senior softball player Sydney
Mosby has been named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s All-Region
third team, as announced Saturday.
The NFCA releases its All-Region teams at the conclusion of
conference tournaments each year. There were 360 players chosen for the 2014
NFCA Division III All-Region softball teams, with Mosby being the only player
represented from the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference.
Mosby was dominant in the circle and the batter’s box
throughout her Pitt-Bradford career. She leaves UPB as the career leader in
strikeouts and cracked her 100th hit during the Gene Cusic Classic in Fort
Myers, Fla., earlier this season.
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.
In the circle, she recorded a 1.84 ERA this year and compiled
a 12-6 record with 18 complete games thrown. In her 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. She carries a career .420 slugging percentage and a 43-36 record on
the rubber while tossing an eye-popping 500.1 innings.
She received first team All-AMCC honors for her role as the
designated player throughout the year and second team accolades for her time in