Three members of the Lady Oaks softball team found themselves on the California Pacific All-Conference team, capping off what was a solid 2012 campaign. Freshman Nicole Larson and junior Ululani Reyes took home 1st team honors while freshman Emmeline Wang found herself on the 2nd team.
Larson led Menlo in batting average in 2012, finishing among the conference's elite with a .341 clip. The native of San Martin also led the ball club with 45 hits, 10 doubles, and 24 RBI's in her first season with the program.
Ululani Reyes captured the honor after a stellar junior season that saw the Kaneohe, Hawaii native led the team with a staggering .469 on base percentage. The slick fielding shortstop ended her campaign with a .290 batting average to go along with nine extra base hits from the leadoff spot in the order.
As far as Emmeline Wang is concerned, the 2nd team accolade should come as no surprise after a remarkable first season in Menlo blue. The freshman from Fremont led the team with a .481 slugging percentage while tied for the club high with three home runs, and finished the year hitting .321.
Menlo went 10-31 in the 2012 campaign with a 2-13 conference mark. The ten wins were the most the team has had since the 2009 season.
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