MASON CITY – NIACC sophomore Hailey Worman has been selected to the all-NJCAA Region XI first team as catcher.
Worman, who prepped at Newman Catholic, hit .471 with 10 doubles, eight home runs, two triples and 38 RBIs. The .471 batting average is the fourth best single-season average in school history.
For her career, Worman hit .412 (seventh on school’s career list) with 20 home runs (third on school’s career list), 77 RBIs (sixth on school’s career list) and 98 hits (tied for 14th on school’s career list).
It is the fourth straight season that the NIACC softball team has had at least one first-team all-region selection.
Also for the Trojans, freshman Sydney Toman was an honorable mention all-region selection as an outfielder and Brianna McPoland was an honorable mention pick as a utility player.
Toman, who is from Verona, Wis., hit .289 with five home runs, 27 RBIs and nine stolen bases.
McPoland, who is from Waterloo, hit .292 with six doubles, 11 RBIs and nine stolen bases.