Spartan softball, tennis stars earn honors

The National Fastpitch Coaches Association named Spartan softball junior designated player/first baseman Lauren Wolz to its All-American team. She is the first player in program history to earn All-American acclaim.

In just three seasons, Wolz, a third-team selection, leads the Case Western Reserve career leaderboard with a .390 batting average, 20 homeruns and 89 runs batted in. This season, she hit .408 with school-record totals of 10 homeruns and 49 RBIs. She also doubled 11 times, scored 25 runs and struck out only five times in 130 official at-bats. Earlier this spring, Wolz was tabbed first-team All-University Athletic Association and first-team All-Central Region—also a program first.

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Men’s tennis junior Sean Carr is a second-team Capital One Academic All-District IV selection.

Carr, a biomedical engineering major with a 3.83 grade point average, posted 13 wins as the Spartans’ No. 1 singles player this season and was 17-10 in doubles action. He finished the season with the No. 18 singles ranking in the ITA Central Region. Earlier this spring, he earned University Athletic Association All-Academic honors.