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2014 Softball Awards

2014 Softball GSAC Champion

2014 Softball All-GSAC Team
Athlete Position School Year Hometown
Brittney Boggs 1B Vanguard Jr. Lakewood, Calif.
Emily Craig C Concordia Sr. Long Beach, Calif.
Caitrin Debaun OF Concordia Sr. Garden Grove, Calif.
Reba DePriest P Biola Jr. Mesa, Ariz.
Stevie Goldstein P Concordia Jr. San Bernardino, Calif.
Breanne Gomez C Vanguard Jr. Santa Ana, Calif.
Heather Hall 3B Biola So. Huntington Beach, Calif.
Taylor Hallahan OF Vanguard Jr. Santee, Calif.
Hannah Howell 3B Concordia So. Citrus Heights, Calif.
Jenna Jorgenson SS Concordia Sr. Dana Hills, Calif.
Shelby Kuryllo 3B Vanguard Jr. Corona, Calif.
Cece Luster DP Biola Sr. Lake Elsinore, Calif.
Brooke Madrid OF Biola Jr. Irvine, Calif.
Brittani McGue P Concordia Jr. Modesto, Calif.
Annette Merjano 1B Concordia Sr. Auburn, Calif.
Hannah Romanski 1B San Diego Christian Jr. Corona, Calif.
Rachel Stalford P Vanguard Jr. San Diego, Calif.
Brittany Vanderdrink 2B Arizona Christian Jr. Corona, Calif.

2014 Softball GSAC Annual Awards
Award Name School
GSAC Player of the Year Jenna Jorgenson Concordia
GSAC Pitcher of the Year Reba DePriest Biola
GSAC Coach of the Year Crystal Rosenthal Concordia

2014 Softball GSAC Scholar-Athletes
Athlete School Year Major
Brittney Boggs Vanguard Jr. Kinesiology
Haley Croce Vanguard Jr. Sociology
Carleigh Cupp Arizona Christian Jr. Business
Brittani McGue Concordia Jr. Biology
Shelby Ross Vanguard Jr. Psychology
Celina Thornton Biola Sr. Christian Ministries
Savana Weaver Vanguard Jr. Kinesiology

2014 Softball NAIA All-Americans
Athlete Team Position School
Jenna Jorgenson 1st Team INF Concordia
Annette Merjano 1st Team INF Concordia
Reba DePriest 2nd Team P Biola
Stevie Goldstein 2nd Team P Concordia

2014 Softball Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes
Athlete School
Brittney Boggs Vanguard
Haley Croce Vanguard
Brittani McGue Concordia
Shelby Ross Vanguard
Celina Thornton Biola
Savana Weaver Vanguard


  • March 17, 2014
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Brittany McGue - Concordia
      • Junior - 5-8 - Pitcher - Modesto, Calif.
      • Brittany McGue was a perfect 4-0 on the week, pitching in five games. The junior pitcher allowed just two runs, struck out 28 batters, and only walked seven. She recorded a 0.52 ERA on the week. McGue went the distance in three games and pitched one shutout. McGue only allowed two extra-base hits on the week in 27 innings. She is second in the NAIA in wins (14) and second in innings (105). McGue is fourth in the GSAC in ERA (1.26), second in strikeouts, and first in wins.
    • Player of the Week
      • Jenna Jorgenson - Concordia
      • Sophomore - 5-8 - Shortstop - Laguna Niguel, Calif.
      • Jenna Jorgenson led No. 1 Concordia to a 7-1 week with 10 hits, eight runs, three doubles, one triple, and three home runs. She drove in 10 RBI and stole three bases. She recorded an outstanding 1.043 slugging percentage on the week. She leads the country in hits (49), home runs (14), runs (48), and RBI (55). Jorgenson is second in the NAIA in doubles (11), third in slugging percentage (1.068), sixth in triples (4), and is second in the conference in batting average (.476).
  • March 24, 2014
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Stevie Goldstein - Concordia
      • Junior - 6-2 - Pitcher - Garden Grove, Calif.
      • Stevie Goldstein picked up three wins last week, including her first career no-hitter against San Diego Christian, with a 2.02 ERA for the week. Goldstein only allowed six runs in 17.1 innings and struck out five. Goldstein only walked three, threw two complete games, and allowed only one extra-base hit.
    • Player of the Week
      • Annette Merjano - Concordia
      • Sophomore - 5-5 - First Base - Auburn, Calif.
      • Annette Merjano hit 10-for-21 (.476) last week with four home runs, including a grand slam against San Diego Christian and two vital home runs against No. 12 Biola. The senior first baseman drove in 15 runs, had 10 hits, and two doubles. She scored 13 runs and stole two bases. Merjano is third in the NAIA in home runs (12), third in RBI (50), and sixth in hits (46). Her .411 batting average is fourth in the conference. Merjano was selected as the NAIA Softball National Player of the Week.
  • March 31, 2014
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Reba DePriest - Biola
      • Junior - 5-8 - Pitcher - Mesa, Ariz.
      • Reba DePriest picked up one win for Biola and added nine strikeouts to her growing total as she approaches the Eagles' single-season record. She combined with CeCe Luster for a no-hitter for the second time this season in the second game of the doubleheader. Both times were away from Freedom Field. She is currently 12-0 and has a 0.42 ERA in 100 innings pitched.
    • Player of the Week
      • Shelby Kuryllo - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-5 - Third Base - Corona, Calif.
      • Shelby Kuryllo hit two 3-run home runs seven RBIs on the day as Vanguard split with San Diego Christian. For the week, the junior third baseman went 2-for-2 with a double in the opener against No. 7 Cal State San Marcos, garnering half of the Lions' four hits. Three of her four knocks on the week were extra base hits.
  • April 7, 2014
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Reba DePriest - Biola
      • Junior - 5-8 - Pitcher - Mesa, Ariz.
      • Reba DePriest had yet another scoreless week and her ERA dropped down to 0.35 for the season as No. 13 Biola won 3-of-4 conference games last week. The junior hurled 18.1 5-hit innings while striking out 25 batters as she picked up two wins and another save. DePriest leads Biola in saves and is just one win back from the lead in wins.
    • Player of the Week
      • Hannah Romanski - San Diego Christian
      • Junior - 5-6 - First Base - Corona, Calif.
      • Hannah Romanski hit safely in all four games last week with a .538 batting average (7-for-13) as San Diego Christian won 3-of-4 games last week, including a split with No. 13-ranked Biola. The junior first baseman scored three runs, hit two doubles and tallied five RBI.
  • April 14, 2014
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Stevie Goldstein - Concordia
      • Junior - 6-2 - Pitcher - Garden Grove, Calif.
      • Stevie Goldstein picked up two wins and a save in three games as No. 1 Concordia swept No. 13 Biola and No. 5 Cal State San Marcos. She only allowed a single run, which was unearned, and struck out five. She threw two complete games and one shutout. Goldstein is 14th in the NAIA and second in the GSAC in ERA (1.07). She is 22nd in the NAIA and fourth in the conference in wins with 14.
    • Player of the Week
      • Hannah Howell - Concordia
      • Sophomore - 5-3 - Third Base - Citrus Heights, Calif.
      • Hannah Howell registered five hits, including two three-run home runs, as No. 1-ranked Concordia swept No. 5 Cal State San Marcos on the road. For the week, the sophomore third baseman scored three runs and drove in six runs. She also stole a base and had a .786 slugging percentage. Howell had a .357 on-base percentage. Howell's 35 RBI rank third and her 14 stolen bases rank second in the GSAC.
  • April 21, 2014
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Rachel Stalford - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-7 - Pitcher - San Diego, Calif.
      • Rachel Stalford won both of her starts on the week and did not allow a run in her nine innings on the mound. The junior pitcher allowed seven hits while striking out 10 batters in four innings of a 10-2 win against Arizona Christian and in a five-inning complete game 8-0 win against NCAA Div. II Azusa Pacific. Stalford surpassed the 100-strikeout mark on the season in her second start of the week.
    • Player of the Week
      • Breanne Gomez - Vanguard
      • Junior - 5-7 - Catcher - Santa Ana, Calif.
      • Breanne Gomez hit 6-for-9 (.667) at the plate last week with three doubles, a triple and five RBI. In the win of a doubleheader split with Arizona Christian, the junior catcher was a perfect 2-for-2, with a run scored, a double, a triple, a walk and an RBI. She also had two doubles and four RBI in the sweep of NCAA Div. II Azusa Pacific.
  • April 28, 2014
    • Pitcher of the Week
      • Brittani McGue - Concordia
      • Junior - 5-8 - Pitcher - Modesto, Calif.All-GSAC pitcher McGue picked up a
      • All-GSAC pitcher Brittani McGue picked up a win and a save as No. 1 Concordia won its first GSAC Tournament Championship with a 3-0 record over the weekend. Against Vanguard, she finished the 3-2 victory pitching the last two innings and striking out three while recording her fourth save of the year. The senior got the start against No. 12 Biola in the GSAC Championship game, allowing a single hit in her eighth shutout of the year while striking out seven. She improved to 22-2 on the season, fueling the Eagles to the GSAC Tournament Championship. She is fourth in the country in wins (22) and fifth in saves (4).
    • Player of the Week
      • Caitrin Debaun - Concordia
      • Senior - 5-1 - Second Base - Garden Grove, Calif.
      • All-GSAC selection Caitrin Debaun was back in postseason form for the GSAC Tournament, hitting .600 with six hits, three doubles, nine total bases, a .900 slugging percentage, and one stolen base in three games. The senior second baseman leads the nation in doubles (21).