2013 ALL-PACIFIC COAST ATHLETIC
CONFERENCE SOFTBALL TEAM
Player of the Year
Gabrielle Beasley, Southwestern
Pitcher of the Year
Carlie Daniel, Palomar
Coach of the Year
Lacey Craft, Palomar
First Team Vanessa McHugh, So., Grossmont
Clarissa Norris, So., Grossmont Gabrielle Beasley, So., Southwestern
Carlie Daniel, Fr., Palomar
Megan Lerno, Fr., Imperial Valley
Lisa Ingels Lindqvist, Fr., San Diego City College
Sonia Mazon, Fr., Southwestern
Jaclyn Meester, So., Palomar
Laura Nelson, So., San Diego Mesa
Brenna Parker, So., Palomar
Lisa Pena, So., San Diego City College
Meghan Shaw, Fr., San Diego City College
Darlene Truong, So., San Diego Mesa
Second Team Kasey Campbell, So., Grossmont
Katy Crews, Fr., Grossmont Nikki Berumen, So., Southwestern
Ariel Bochniak, Fr., Southwestern
Paige Falconieri, Fr., Palomar
Kristin George, Fr., Palomar
Jazmine Hamme, So., San Diego City College
Maren Lebsock, Fr., Palomar
Alexandra Mootry, So., San Diego Mesa
Jasmine Vogel, So., Palomar
Honorable Mention Grossmont
Allie Cimmarrusti, So.
Mary Lieberknecht, Fr.
Jennifer Schuff, Fr. Palomar
Megan Bartee, Fr.
Mercedes Montanez, So.
San Diego Mesa
Kyle Diaz, Fr.
Vivian Garcia, So.
Brittany Kamfonik, So.
Andrea Lara, So.
Carly Mitchell So.
Jessica Ramirez, So.
San Diego City College
Crystal Hernandez, Fr.
Alex Ross, So.
Norris is PCAC Athlete of the Week
(2/18) Palomar College basketball player Maureen Fegan and
Grossmont softball player Clarissa Norris are the Pacific Coast
Athletic Conference’s Women’s Athletes of the Week.
Norris, the Griffins’ sophomore shortstop out of Grossmont High
School, improved her season batting average to .424 with a big
performance in the San Diego City College Tournament.
a huge day on the second day of the tournament, going 9-for-12
for three games, and finished the weekend 10-for-18 for a .555
average, driving in six runs as the G-House reached the finals
of the upper bracket.
Norris went 3-for-3 in a 7-5 win over
Allan Hancock, and was 4-for-6 as the Griffs downed Los Angeles
Mission 12-11 in the semis. She also knocked in Grossmont’s only
run to give the Griffins a 1-0 lead before COD came back to win
9-1 in the title game.