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Etherington Receives NAIA All-American Recognition

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Northwestern softball pitcher and utility player Kameryn Etherington was named an NAIA Second Team All-American, the national office announced last week.

“Kam is one of the best to ever play at Northwestern and all her hard work has paid off,” head coach Shane Bouman commented. “We are so proud of all she has done for Red Raider softball.”

Etherington earned her first career NAIA All-American honor. She was one of the top two-way players in the conference and the country this season. At the plate, Etherington led the Raiders in average* (.388), OPS* (1.061), slugging percentage* (.592), and RBIs (44). She was as dominant in the circle, compiling an ERA of 1.01 with 140 strikeouts and 24 wins. Etherington finishes her career as the all-time strikeouts (610) and wins (83) leader at Northwestern. She was recognized by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) as a Second Team All-American last season.

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