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Eastern Florida Softball Players Ranked in FCSAA Season Statistics
June 26, 2014 - Eastern Florida State College softball players were ranked in the top 50 in the state in 12 categories in the Florida College System Activities Association softball year in review.
Left-handed pitcher/left fielder Brooke Formby of Jacksonville, Florida, who graduated in May, was ranked in 10 categories for EFSC and led statewide in one, triples, with seven.
Freshman right-handed pitcher/infielder Dajia Jones, also of Jacksonville, was ranked in six categories; centerfielder, second-team all-state selection and sophomore Devin Williams, of Jupiter, Florida who also graduated in May, was ranked in three categories as was sophomore rightfielder Bri Seaman of Windsor, Colorado, another May graduate.
Sophomore Manya Lopez of Miami who played shortstop and filled in at catcher, was ranked in two categories.
The categories in which the Titans were ranked were:
- Batting leaders: 11th Formby, 47 games, 169 at bats, 71 hits, .420 average; 18th Williams, 47 games, 173 at bats, 66 hits, .382 average; 42nd Seaman, 46 games, 150 at bats, 52 hits, .347 average
- On base percentage: 23rd Formby, .437; 35th Williams, .422
- Slugging percentage: 33rd Formby, .538; 48th Seaman, .493
- Runs batted in: 12th Lopez, 46; 25th Seaman, 37; 34th Jones, 33
- Doubles: 16th Lopez, 12
- Triples: 1st Formby, 7
- Runs scored: 11th Williams, 51; 15th Formby, 46
- Earned run average leaders: 39th Jones, 26 games, 139 innings, pitched, 84 runs, 65 earned, 3.27 earned run average; 47th Formby, 26 games, 143 innings, 128 runs 78 earned, 3.82 earned run average
- Strikeout leaders: 29th Jones, 52 strikeouts, 2.62 per game; 47th Formby, 33, strikeouts, 1.62 per game
- Pitching wins leaders: 13th Jones, 12-10 won-loss record; 19th Formby, 9-13 won-loss record
- Complete game leaders: 7th Jones, 20; 12th Formby, 14
- Innings pitched leaders: 13th Formby, 143; 16th Jones, 139
Lopez, Seaman and Williams will continue their softball careers at four-year institutions, Lopez at Lynn University, Seaman at the University of Colorado and Williams at Palm Beach Atlantic University.
"The players being ranked in the various categories just shows the hard work and dedication they have given to our programs during their time here," said Eastern Florida head coach Ed Yanes.
"It's not by coincidence that these young ladies (Formby, Lopez, Seaman and Williams) were also our team captains. They have picked up the bar from the student-athletes who made their marks in the record books. We wish them continued success in their future careers."
Eastern Florida, one of 22 colleges competing in FCSAA softball, finished the season tied for third in the Southern Conference and reached the state tournament for the 10th straight year, compiling a 22-27 overall record.