North Platte – The Omaha World Herald has announced the All-Nebraska Two-Year College softball team for the 2018 season.
Five North Platte Community College Knights players were named honorable mention on the team. They are: Erin Renwick, Emily Marsden, Ana Talaroc-Kaniho, Kenlee Wanlass, and Hallei Morales.
Renwick, a sophomore from Brighton, Colo. Batted .438 with three home runs and four doubles. Renwick also had an earned run average of 5.31 with 36 strike outs.
Marsden, a freshman from Papillion,, batted .364 with two home runs, one triple and three doubles for a slugging percentage of ..464. Marsden had a 6.71 earned run average with five strike outs.
Talaroc-Kaniho, a sophomore from Lahaina, Hawaii, batted .362 with one home run and three doubles. She tied for the Knights lead in stolen bases with five.
Wanlass, a freshman from Elsinore, Utah, batted .293 with three doubles. Wanlass had a slugging percentage of .345. Wanlass had five stolen bases to tie for the team lead and broke the all-time Knights record for fewest errors in a season.
Morales, a freshman from North Platte, batted .290, led the team with nine home runs and had one double. Morales had a slugging percentage of .591 to lead the Knights