Florida Gulf Coast University softball team had six players named to the All-ASUN team, with Neely Peterson earning first team honors as a defensive catcher, Avery Viancos and Angelina Bonilla on the second team, and Riley Oakes, Nikki Gibson, and Allison Sparkman on the third team and freshman team.

By the Numbers
  • Peterson had only 8 runners attempt to steal a base in conference play
  • Viancos is tied for the second most stolen bases in conference play, sixth in batting average, and fourth in on-base percentage
  • Bonilla threw a no-hitter against Queens and ranked third in the ASUN in ERA
  • Oakes led the league in triples both overall and in conference play
  • Gibson led the conference in batting average heading into conference play
  • Sparkman consistently topped the ASUN leaderboards in all pitching stats
State of Play
  • The team start the ASUN Tournament on Wednesday as the four seed
  • They will play against either No. 5 North Alabama or No. 8 Austin Peay
Bottom Line

The Florida Gulf Coast University softball team's exceptional performance has led to six players earning All-ASUN honors, showcasing their prowess in both defensive and offensive aspects of the game. As they prepare for the ASUN Tournament, their strong representation is a testament to their competitive capabilities.