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   Shakeena Croes was named second team All-Southern Conference. Croes played the majority of her 34 games at third base and led the Seahawks in batting average (.354), slugging percentage (.508), on base percentage (.403), runs batted in (13), triples (two) and tied for first in sacrifice flies (one). Defensively, Croes finished second on the team in assists with 75.

   Croes’ best hitting performance was during the first game of a doubleheader against Eastern Florida State College at Judson A. Samuels South Campus on Apr. 15. The freshman went 3 for 3 with a double, a triple, had one RBI and scored a run. Another stellar hitting performance came during the second game of a doubleheader against Florida SouthWestern State at Pembroke Pines on Mar. 11. Croes went 2 for 3 with a triple, collected three RBI, scored a run and had one stolen base.​


   Through 28 games, Cassidy Brewer leads the Seahawks in at bats (76), hits (29), runs batted in (nine), home runs (one), total bases (40), batting average (.382) and slugging percentage (.526). Brewer is tied for first in runs scored (nine), doubles (six) and triples (one). Kayla Brown is tops in games started (27), on-base percentage (.410), hit-by-pitches (six), sacrifice bunts (three), total plate appearances (81) and is tied for first in sacrifice flies (one). Stephanie Garcia leads in walks (11) and is tied for first in runs scored (nine) and triples (one). Hannah Anderson is tops in games played (28) and is tied for first in doubles (six), triples (one) and sacrifice flies (one). Lauren Finocchiaro is first in stolen bases (seven), Shakeena Croes is tied for first in triples (one) and Marjorie Conner is tied for first in sacrifice flies (one).

   Garcia leads all Seahawks in fielding percentage (1.000) and Brown is first in chances (162) and putouts (145). Brewer leads in assists with 51. Emma Cenzon tops the Seahawk staff in innings pitched (57.2). Amber Mendoza is first in appearances (16), starts (11) and strikeouts (17).​


   Through 14 games, Cassidy Brewer tops the Seahawks in at bats (39), runs (five), hits (17), doubles (five), home runs(one), total bases (25) and slugging percentage (.641). Brewer is tied with Hannah Anderson in runs batted in with five. 

   Anderson leads in batting average (.444), hit-by-pitches (two), and is tied with Brittany Schotanus in triples (one). Kayla Brown is first in total plate appearances (44) and is tied with Shakeena Croes in walks (three) and Finocchiaro in sacrifice bunts (two). Stephanie Garcia is tops in on-base percentage (.476) and Lauren Finocchiaro is first in stolen bases (five). Brown leads all Seahawk fielders in chances (99) and putouts (95). Croes is first in assists with 32.

   Emma Cenzon tops the Seahawk pitching staff in innings (35.0), strikeouts (six) and is tied with Amber Mendoza in starts (five). Mendoza leads in appearances with nine.


​   Sophie Bugter and Shayla Loudermilk were named second team all-Southern Conference. Bugter led the Seahawks in batting average (.308), slugging percentage (.385), hits (32), triples (two), total bases (40) and stolen bases (nine). The freshman infielder/catcher finished tied for first with Jessica Fraga and Loudermilk in runs batted in (nine).  
   One of her best hitting performances was against Wake Technical Community College during the JUCO Kickoff Classic in Clearwater on Jan. 30.  Bugter went 3 for 4 with a RBI double, walked, scored three runs and had one stolen base to help the Seahawks to a 9-4 victory.

   Loudermilk topped the team in home runs with two. The sophomore right-hander led the Seahawk staff in complete games (13), innings pitched (119), strikeouts (79) and starts (20). Loudermilk also led Broward in fielding percentage (.981). 

One of her standout performances at the plate was during the Southern Conference opener against Palm Beach State College on March 7 at Pembroke Pines. Loudermilk went 3 for 4 and belted a three-run homer. Her best pitching performance was against Pasco-Hernando State College during the JUCO Kickoff Classic on Jan. 31. Loudermilk pitched a complete game, yielding two hits and struck out five to lead the Seahawks to a 2-1 victory.

 2015-16 Women's Softball Spring Schedule

Overall Record: 0-46​​​​​     Conference: 0-20​​

1/29/2016vs. Abraham Baldwin (Ga.) Agricultural College#ClearwaterL 7-1
1/29/2016vs. Eastern Georgia State College#ClearwaterL 9-0
1/30/2016vs. South Georgia State College#ClearwaterL 7-3
1/30/2016vs. Seminole State College of Florida#ClearwaterL 12-4
2/5/2016Ave Maria University (DH)HomeL 12-0, L 5-4
2/13/2016at South Florida State College (DH)Avon ParkL 6-1, L 7-1
2/19/2016Seminole State College of Florida (DH)HomeL 6-0, L 12-1
2/26/2016at Florida Southwestern State College (DH)Fort MyersL 8-2, L 18-2
2/27/2016Hillsborough Community College (DH)HomeL 8-0, L 9-7
3/3/2016South Florida State College (DH)HomeL 7-5, L 10-8
3/5/2016Indian River State College* (DH)HomeL 17-0, L 8-0
3/9/2016Miami Dade College* (DH)HomeL 8-3, L 10-1
3/10/2016Kankakee (Ill.) Community College (DH)HomeL 15-6, L 6-1
3/11/2016Florida Southwestern State College (DH)HomeL 17-1, L 20-11
3/12/2016at Palm Beach State College* (DH)Lake WorthL 14-2, L 15-0
3/18/2016at Pasco-Hernando State College (DH)New Port RicheyL 8-0, L 4-1
3/23/2016at Indian River State College* (DH)Fort PierceL 15-0, L 8-0
3/31/2016at Eastern Florida State College* (DH)MelbourneL 20-2, L 11-0
4/1/2016Pasco-Hernando State College (DH)HomeL 9-0, L 13-5
4/2/2016vs. Miami Dade Coillege+Lake WorthL 8-4
4/2/2016vs. Eastern Florida State College+Lake WorthL 6-3
4/3/2016vs. Indian River State College+Lake WorthL 14-1
4/3/2016at Palm Beach State College+Lake WorthL 14-1
4/6/2016at Miami Dade College* (DH)KendallL 18-0, L 9-6
4/8/2016at Ave Maria University (DH)Ave MariaL 9-1, L 9-1
4/9/2016Palm Beach State College* (DH)HomeL 11-2, L 11-9 (8 innings)
4/15/2016Eastern Florida State College* (DH)HomeL 18-3, L 12-3
Home matches are played at Judson A. Samuels South Campus in Pembroke Pines
#JUCO Kickoff Classic
*Southern Conference Opponent
+Southern Conference Tournament
(DH) Doubleheader


2015-16 Women's Softball Spring Roster

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​No.​Name​Yr.​Pos.​Ht.​B/T​Hometown/High School​
​1Nicole Morales​Fr.​OF/1B​5-2​R/R​Hialeah/Mater Academy Charter
​2​Brittany Schotanus​So.​OF​5-0​S/R​Wilton Manors/Northeast
​3Cassidy Brewer​So.UTL​5-5​R/R​Orange Park/Oakleaf
​4Jessika Fraga​So.​SS/3B​5-4​R/R​Miami/St. Brendan
​5Amber Mendoza​So.​P/OF​5-3​R/R​Hialeah/Hialeah
​6Kiara Feliciano​Fr.​2B/SS​5-3S/R​Miami/McArthur
​7Alanys Bonilla​Fr.​OF​5-0​R/R​Hollywood/Felix Varela
​8Stephanie Garcia​Fr.​OF​4-11​L/L​Miami/Southwest
​9Emily Hill​So.​OF/INF​5-0​S/R​Weston/Cypress Bay
​10Hannah Anderson​Fr.​2B/C​5-8​R/R​Alva/Riverdale
​11​Kiana Antone​Fr.​OF​5-2​R/R​Sebring/Sebring
​12Emma Cenzon​Fr.​P/1B5-8​R/R​Verona, Italy/Liceo Statale Carlo Montanari
​14Shakeena Croes​Fr.​INF​5-5​L/R​Paradera, Aruba/Calaecia San Antonio
16​Kayla Brown​Fr.​1B/P​5-4​R/R​Jacksonville/Sandalwood
​22Lauren Finocchiaro​Fr.​OF​5-3​L/R​Port St. Lucie/Port St. Lucie
​55Casey Fries​Fr.​3B/1B​5-10​R/R​Hollywood/South Broward
​88​Marjorie Conner​​Fr.​C/3B​5-6​R/R​Alva/Riverdale
Head Coach: Jenna Lopez​ (6​th Season)
Assistant Coach: Anthony Tomasi III
Assistant Coach: Mercedes Leon

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