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Arkansas has three NFCA all-region selections for the second time in program history.
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Trio Named to NFCA All-Region Second Team

05/15/2014
Athletic Communications
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FAYETTEVILLE - The University of Arkansas softball team earned three regional accolades Thursday with the selections of Kasey Fagan, Clarisa Navarro and Devon Wallace to the 2014 NFCA All-South Region Second Team. The three selections equal the program best for all-region honors in a single season, matching accolades by the 2010 team.

Arkansas has now earned nine NFCA All-South Region honors under head coach Mike Larabee. Fagan is the eighth player in program history to earn NFCA all-region honors while Navarro becomes the third to earn multiple accolades during her career. Wallace is just the second player in program history to be named to three all-region teams, joining the short list with Miranda Dixon (2008-10).

Fagan led Arkansas with 46 RBI and was second on the team with nine home runs, 46 RBI and 47 runs scored. She led team with 12 multi-RBI games and tied the school record with six RBI in April 20 win over No. 8 Kentucky. Her 46 RBI ranks third in program history for a single-season total. In the circle, Fagan posted a 6-2 record in 12 starts in the circle with three complete games and two shutouts.

Navarro led Arkansas with a .353 batting average and 12 doubles and was second on the team with 43 RBI and 55 hits. She had 14 multi-hit performances and tied for second on the team with 10 multi-RBI games. Navarro led the SEC during the regular season with five sacrifice flies, tied for ninth in SEC with 12 doubles and tied for 14th in SEC with 43 RBI. The La Joya, Texas, native moved into the program's top 10 in career hits, runs, home runs and RBI.

Wallace was previously honored this season as an All-SEC Second Team performer after leading Arkansas with 12 home runs, 21 extra-base hits, 53 runs scored, 58 walks and 94 total bases. She reached base safely in final 29 games of the season and 52 of 55 games overall. During her junior campaign, Wallace had 11 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games. She became the SEC career leader with 190 walks and the second-ever Razorback with 40 career home runs.

The Razorback trio was part of an offense that was the first in program history to post a batting average (.304) of .300 or higher. Arkansas established or tied single-season school records in batting average, triple, RBI, slugging percentage, on-base percentage, runs, walks and sacrifice flies. Arkansas finished the regular season ranked 15th in the NCAA with 6.53 runs per game.

For more information on Arkansas softball, follow @RazorbackSB on Twitter.


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