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NCCAA World Seris - Softball

The Judson University softball program has played in four NCCAA World Series in 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011.



NCCAA World Series


NCCAA All-American: Jill Jeter (1st), Deb Leganski (2nd)

NCCAA All-Tournament: Deb Leganski

NCCAA All-Region: Jill Jeter, Deb Leganski 

Judson went to the program's first-ever NCCAA World Series playing in their first-ever post season tournament.  Judson received an at-large bid to the tournament and went 1-1 winning their first post-season game vs. Cedarville, 3-2.  Deb Leganski made the All-Tournament team for Judson. 



NCCAA World Series (3rd)


NCCAA All-American: Deb Leganski, Nicole Dimiceli

NCCAA All-Tournament: Nicole Dimiceli, Aimee Ewert, Tricia Lakotish

NCCAA All-Region: Deb Leganski, Nicole Dimiceli, Lizzy Jacobson 

Judson went to their second straight NCCAA World Series with an at-large bid and had their best-ever showing with a third place finish.  Judson went 2-2 with wins over Palm Beach Atlantic, 2-0, and Mt. Vernon Nazarene, 3-2.  Judson also broke the program record for wins at 24 and tied the program record for CCAC wins at 10.  Judson had three players make the all-Tournament team for their play in Nicole Dimiceli, Aimee Ewert, and Tricia Lakotish.



NCCAA World Series


NCCAA All-American: Nicole Dimiceli (1st), Concetta Lampugnano (2nd)

NCCAA All-Tournament: Carrie Sensor

NCCAA All-Region: Nicole Dimiceli, Concetta Lampugnano, Lizzy Jacobson 

Going to their third world series in four years, Judson received an at-large bid to the tournament.  Judson was a #6 seed and went 1-2 in the tournament.  Judson defeated Covenant College, 4-0.  Carrie Sensor made the All-Tournament team.  Judson also broke the program record for wins with 31.



NCCAA World Series

CCAC Regular Season Champions


NCCAA All-American: Nicole Dimiceli (1st) - 4th straight year, Sam Gladen (2nd), Emily England (2nd)

NCCAA Regional Coach of the Year: Becky Stenning

NCCAA All-Region: Nicole Dimiceli, Sam Gladen, Emily England

Judson made their fourth NCCAA World Series in five years with an at-large bid and were given a #7 seed.  Judson went 0-2 in the tournament but had three players named NCCAA All-American in Nicole Dimiceli, Sam Gladen, and Emily England.  Judson was also in the top 5 all year long in the NCCAA National Poll and recevied votes in the NAIA National Poll for the first-time ever.  They also broke the program record for wins at 32 and won their first-ever CCAC regular season championship with a 14-4 record.