Kreamer Earns NFCA All-Region Honors
June 26, 2012
SEATTLE - The NFCA recently announced its high school all-region picks for 2012 and one incoming softball freshman, Jenna Kreamer was named to the list.
The Shreveport, La., native attended the Evangel Christian Academy and played for the American Freedom Gold. She was named the first-team South Region third baseman.
A week after the All-Region announcements, Kreamer was named a second-team All-American.
She is a two-time all-district MVP, a three-time all-district, all-area and all-state player and in 2010 was selection to the all-region team and has a Second-Team All-American. She set the school record with the most triples in a season (11), highest slugging percentage (.882) and highest batting average at the State Championship (.727). She has led her team to three-straight state championships.
"Jenna committed to UW because she wants to help us win another national title. She has played for a very successful Evangel Christian high school program that has won three state championships in the past three years," said coach Heather Tarr in November on signing day. "She is a right handed power hitter that can compete at third base and play in the corner outfield positions. She is the first Husky to come from the state of Louisiana."
2012 NFCA High School All-Region Facts Two teams for each of five NFCA regions. (East, North, South Central, South, West) All first-team honorees are eligible to be named as 2012 NFCA All-American. There will be a first, second and honorable mention All-American team. This year, 159 student-athletes from 92 high schools over 28 states were honored. Keystone (Ohio) led nation in first-team selections with four. Olathe East (Kan.) and Walla Walla (Wash) led nation in total selections with five each. Olathe had three first-team and two second-team, while Walla Walla has one first first-team and four second-team.