Following another outstanding campaign in the circle and at the plate, Darien pitcher Erika Osherow received her second consecutive mention on Hearst Connecticut Media's Super 15 All-Star Softball Team. Osherow led the Blue Wave to the FCIAC title game and the Class L quarterfinals with a sparkling 0.32 ERA and .523 batting average. Masuk's Tatum Buckley won MVP. Osherow and all of this year's FCIAC all-stars are listed below.
Erika Osherow, Darien
Osherow completed her junior season with a 19-4 record with 13 shutouts and 246 strikeouts and a 0.32 ERA. ... Allowed only 10 runs and walked only six batters in the regular season ... Hit .523 with 34 hits and eight home runs, including game-winning homer in FCIAC semifinals. ... Had a .969 slugging percentage and .568 on base percentage ... Led Blue Wave to FCIAC championship game and Class LL quarterfinals. ... Two-time All-FCIAC and All-State selection. ... Will be playing at Virginia after one more year at Darien.
Rebecca DeCarlo, Greenwich
A three-year starter, DeCarlo helped key the Cardinals' success, batting .421 with a team-leading six home runs and 36 RBIs. ... Her home run in the bottom of the eighth inning gave Greenwich a 3-2 win over Westhill in the second round of the CIAC Class LL Tournament. ... Chosen as a member of the All-FCIAC, All-State teams, DeCarlo was a slick fielding shortstop, who served as one of the team's captains. ... DeCarlo will play softball at Fairleigh Dickinson.
Nicole Williams, St. Joseph
Sophomore pitcher posted a 22-2 record with 174 strikeouts and a 0.57 ERA for the Cadets, who won the FCIAC championship and advanced to the Class M semifinals ... Had 12 shutouts ... Batted .366 ... All-State, All-FCIAC first team, MSG Connecticut All-Star.
Lauren Pitney, St. Joseph
Junior shortstop had 45 hits from the leadoff spot for a .479 batting average and 39 runs scored ... Helped the Cadets win the FCIAC championship and reach the Class M semifinals ... Only struck out twice during the season ... Had a .997 fielding average ... All-State, All-FCIAC first team, MSG Connecticut All-Star.
Tori Ceballos, St. Joseph
Finished season with .452 batting average and a team-best .727 slugging percentage ... Had career batting average of .386 with 112 hits and only 26 strikeouts ... Four year-starter ... Also posted a 22-7 career record as a pitcher ... Three-time All-FCIAC, two-time All-State ... MSG Connecticut All-Star.
Brenna Martini, Ludlowe
Senior led the Falcons to the FCIAC quarterfinals and Class LL second round ... Team co-captain ... All-FCIAC first team.
Lizette Roman-Johnston Wilton
Batted .603 with four homers and 18 RBIs ... Scored 24 runs with a.632 OBP and .888 slugging while playing first base ... Did not strike out in 69 plate appearances ... First team All-FCIAC.