Dan Carr/Assistant AD for Media Relations
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Lincoln sophomore Camryn Pryor was named to the All-MIAA second team while junior Jordan Lawson was selected as an All-MIAA honorable mention, as the conference office announced its All-MIAA softball team on Wednesday (May 1).
Pryor, who was honored for her play at first base, shattered Lincoln’s single-season hitting record with 60 hits on the season. Pryor hit .392 for the year and .407 against NCAA Division II opponents while finishing the season with 20 RBI and 19 runs scored. Pryor, who posted the MIAA’s seventh-best batting average while tying for ninth in the league in total hits, had eight doubles, three home runs and a triple, and compiled an on-base percentage of .409. As a fielder, Pryor made 188 putouts and ended the year with a .985 fielding percentage.
This is the third All-MIAA honorable mention award for Lawson, an outfielder who hit .312 for the season and led the Blue Tigers with 24 runs scored. Lawson finished second on the team with 48 hits, including 10 doubles, two triples and a pair of home runs, and recorded an on-base percentage of .361. Lawson additionally led the Blue Tigers with a .991 fielding percentage, making 95 putouts and 18 assists.