Six Broncos named NFCA All-Region

BOISE, Idaho – Six Boise State student-athletes were named All-Pacific Region by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association last week.

Junior Kelsey Room led the way with a First Team Designated Player honor. Hall was a second-team All-Mountain West member and was a two-time Mountain West Player of the Week selection this season. She batted .392, fourth in the MW and her 13 home runs tied for fifth in the conference.

Sixth year senior Kelsey Lalor was a first-team All-Mountain West winner and won second-team all-region as an outfielder. She ranked among MW’s leaders in several categories, including doubles (tied for first 15), slugging percentage (third, .724), circuits (tied for fifth, 13), racing (tied for fifth, , 39), RBI (tie-sixth, 46), hits (tie-seventh, 56) and batting average (eighth, .368).

senior pitcher Hannah Baileysecond-year catcher Abby Bumcrotredshirt-sophomore Alycia Flores (outfield) and fifth-year senior Alison Seng (first baseman) each earned accolades in all third team regions.

The six selections for Boise State tied the rest of the Mountain West schools combined.

Bailey (first team), Bumcrot (second team) and Flores (second team) each earned All-Mountain West recognition.

Bailey finished fourth in the MW with a 2.43 ERA and fifth with a .241 batting average. Bumcrot hit .390 for 82 at bats this season to go along with a .490 on-base percentage and .585 hitting percentage.

Flores ranked sixth in the MW with a .375 batting average, and Seng finished seventh in the conference with a .624 batting percentage.

The Broncos went 40-10 to tie the school record for wins and set a school record with 19 conference wins.

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