Jacksonville softball team members Averi Harcus, Skylar Waggoner, and Alison Carter received postseason honors from the Atlantic Sun conference, with Harcus named to the All-ASUN third team, Waggoner named to the All-Freshman team, and Carter earning a spot on the All-Academic team. Harcus played 41 games this season, recording 26 hits and 25 RBIs, with seven multi-RBI games and six games with multiple hits. Waggoner pitched 118 innings, striking out 67 batters and achieving a no-hitter in her second career appearance. Carter maintained a .403 batting average in conference play and a perfect 4.0 GPA in finance.

By the Numbers
  • Harcus played 41 games and recorded 26 hits with 25 RBIs
  • Waggoner pitched 118 innings and struck out 67 batters
State of Play
  • The Jacksonville softball team clinched the sixth seed and will compete in the ASUN Tournament starting on May 7
  • The first game will be against Queens University of Charlotte at 3 pm
What's Next

Jacksonville softball team will commence participation in the ASUN Tournament on May 7 against Queens University of Charlotte at 3 pm.

Bottom Line

Averi Harcus, Skylar Waggoner, and Alison Carter's exceptional performance has earned them postseason honors, reflecting the team's dedication and talent. As they gear up for the ASUN Tournament, their capabilities will be crucial in advancing the team's prospects.