Carroll's Anna ApRoberts was named to the All-Cascade Conference second team, and three other Saints received Cascade Conference honorable mention nods.
ApRoberts led the Saints with 31 total hits, 15 RBIs and nine doubles. She had a .426 slugging percentage and a .287 batting average. She was one of just three freshmen on either the first or second team.
Also honored were Allison Bayer, Ashley Davis and Allison Williams.
Bayer had .358 batting average with 29 hits and nine RBIs. She shined in the field with a .987 fielding percentage, committing just three errors on 221 put outs.
Davis was tied for the team lead in home runs with three, she had a .359 batting average, tops among starters, and she also tallied 23 hits and 15 RBIs.
Williams turned into the Saints No. 1 starting pitcher as a freshman, leading Carroll with a 7-4 record. She pitched 74 innings and held opponents to a .264 batting average. Williams faced 317 batters and gave up 42 hits and walked 15 batters all season. She closed the season with a 3.48 batting average.
The Saints finished the year with a 15-21 record, and a 10-16 mark in Cascade Conference play.