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Tennessee Dominates 2024 SEC Softball Awards with 8 Selections; Jocelyn Erickson from Florida crowned Player of the Year

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Tennessee Dominates 2024 SEC Softball Awards with 8 Selections; Jocelyn Erickson from Florida crowned Player of the Year

Tennessee led the way in which with eight All-SEC selections on Friday when the conference announced its 2024 softball awards.

Florida catcher Jocelyn Erickson won player of the yr, while Lady Vols’ Karlyn Pickens was named pitcher of the yr.

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Erickson, a sophomore in her first season with the Gators after transferring from Oklahoma, finished the regular season with a .399 batting average together with 11 home runs and 70 RBIs. She also was an SEC All-Defensive Team selection.

Pickens held a 1.14 earned-runs average through 147.2 innings this season, striking out 178 batters. She held opponents to a .178 batting average and in addition pitched 13 complete games on the yr.

Here’s the complete list of 2024 SEC Softball Awards:

2024 SEC Softball Awards: Full list

  • Player of the 12 months: Jocelyn Erickson, Florida
  • Pitcher of the 12 months: Karlyn Pickens, Tennessee
  • Freshman of the 12 months: Keagan Rothrock, Florida
  • Coach of the 12 months: Karen Weekly, Tennessee

All-SEC First Team

  • Bri Ellis, Arkansas
  • Reagan Johnson, Arkansas
  • Morgan Leinstock, Arkansas
  • Jocelyn Erickson, Florida
  • Kendra Falby, Florida
  • Korbe Otis, Florida
  • Skylar Wallace, Florida
  • Reagan Walsh, Florida
  • Jayda Kearney, Georgia
  • Sara Mosley, Georgia
  • Erin Coffel, Kentucky
  • Sydney Berzon, LSU
  • Ciara Briggs, LSU
  • Ali Newland, LSU
  • Madisyn Kennedy, Mississippi State
  • McKenna Gibson, Tennessee
  • Payton Gottshall, Tennessee
  • Taylor Pannell, Tennessee
  • Karlyn Pickens, Tennessee
  • Rylie West, Tennessee
  • Emiley Kennedy, Texas A&M

All-SEC Second Team

  • Kayla Beaver, Alabama
  • Kenleigh Calahan, Alabama
  • Cylie Halvorson, Arkansas
  • Maddie Penta, Auburn
  • Ava Brown, Florida
  • Keagan Rothrock, Florida
  • Dallis Goodnight, Georgia
  • Rylea Smith, Kentucky
  • Kelley Lynch, LSU
  • Aynslie Furbush, Ole Miss
  • Sierra Sacco, Mississippi State
  • Aspen Wesley, Mississippi State
  • Abby Hay, Missouri
  • Alex Honnold, Missouri
  • Jenna Laird, Missouri
  • Alana Vawter, South Carolina
  • Kiki Molloy, Tennessee
  • Sophia Nugent, Tennessee
  • Zaida Puni, Tennessee
  • Kramer Eschete, Texas A&M
  • Koko Wooley, Texas A&M

SEC All-Defensive Team

  • Catcher: Jocelyn Erickson, Florida
  • First base: Bri Ellis, Arkansas; Raeleen Gutierrez, LSU
  • Second base: Rylen Wiggins, Texas A&M
  • Shortstop: Erin Coffel, Kentucky
  • Third base: Hannah Gammill, Arkansas
  • Left field: Ali Newland, LSU
  • Center field: Kendra Falby, Florida
  • Right field: Kayley Lenger, Missouri; Allie Enright, Texas A&M

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