Two members of Grace College’s softball team made an appearance on the postseason All-Crossroads League Team.
Heim enjoyed a dominant season at the plate. She hit .439 for the season, ranking in the top 15 of the NAIA in both hits and triples. Her eight triples this season ranked fourth in the NAIA.
Heim led Grace in at-bats (173), runs (31), hits (76) and stolen bases (18). She wraps up her career with 204 hits, sixth-most in team history. Additionally her .394 career batting average places her seventh all-time for Grace and her 67 stolen bases ranks third.
Heim was also Grace’s most-used pitcher. She posted a 4.24 ERA in 107 1/3 innings of work, racking up 76 strikeouts to go along with six complete games.
Young was second offensively in nearly every category during her sophomore season. She tallied 50 hits in 48 games for a batting average of .329. She scored 20 runs, had 16 doubles and a team-leading 34 RBIs.
Both players also were honored to the NCCAA All-Region Team. – from gclancers.com