Megan Low has received yet more individual honors as she was honored by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) making an All-Region Team.
Low was named to the NFCA All-South Region second team, it was unveiled by the organization on Thursday.
The announcement makes Low the 11th player to receive the honor and the first in the last four years as she becomes the first since Caitlin Ivy in 2010.
Low lead the NCAA with 22 home runs (putting her in a tie for first), a record that stands as the second highest in UTSA history.
She managed a .901 slugging average, good for fifth in NCAA and managed 27 RBIs at a batting average of .388 in an impressive season for the Junior.
Low lead the Roadrunners in several categories with 34 runs, 59 hits, 12 doubles, 28 walks, an OBP of .513, 16 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI games.
The highlight of the season from Low would have been on February 8th when she hit one of two Grand Slams in an inning, against Lamar, equalling an NCAA record.
In that same game Low was able to tie a UTSA single game record as she managed seven RBIs before going on to equal UTSA’s home runs in a game record with three against big rivals, Texas State.
Low was named to the First Base position in the Second-Team and joins some impressive company with three Texas A&M players honored, along with three from Arkansas.
There was a former Southland opponent in the second team with McNeese earning a pitching spot in both the second and first teams.
Showing the class in the South Region, Low’s position in the first team was taken by the talented Stephanie Texeira from FIU who could well push for All American honors in that position.