App State outfielder Kayt Houston has earned her second NFCA All-Region honor, joining Allie Cashion as one of only two players in the program's history to achieve this distinction. Houston, an All-Sun Belt first-team selection, was named to the All-NFCA third team in the Central region for her exceptional senior season. She recorded a program-record .434 batting average, 72 hits, 18 doubles, 13 home runs, and 40 RBIs, helping her secure the Sun Belt batting title and ranking 16th nationally.

By the Numbers
  • .434 batting average
  • 72 hits
  • 18 doubles
  • 13 home runs
  • 40 RBIs
  • Sun Belt batting title
  • 16th-best batting average in the country
Yes, But

While Houston's individual accomplishments are significant, App State's overall team performance did not achieve major postseason success this year.

State of Play
  • Houston is now App State's all-time hits leader with 247 career hits.
  • First Mountaineer to be named All-Sun Belt first team twice.
  • Aimée for potential inclusion in the 2024 NFCA Division I All-America squads to be announced June 1.
What's Next

With eligibility for the NFCA Division I All-America squads, Houston will look forward to the June 1 announcement, anticipating further recognition for her stellar performance this season.

Bottom Line

Kayt Houston's remarkable achievements this season not only highlight her individual success but also set a benchmark for future App State softball players, marking an inspirational chapter in the program's history.