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Softball sees five selected to All-Ivy teams

Softball sees five selected to All-Ivy teams

PROVIDENCE, RI – Brown softball received five All-Ivy honorees that the Ivy League announced Wednesday.

Senior outfielder Brianna Rodriguezjunior pitcher Alexis Guevara and junior designated player Laurel Moody were all named Second-Team All-Ivy. Junior outfielder Leah Carey and sophomore first baseman Jasmine Hsiao were appointed honorable mention. Senior pitcher Jodie Aguirre was Brown’s Academic All-Ivy selection.

Rodriguez earned All-Ivy honors for the second time in her career after earning honorable mention honors in 2022. The Des Moines, Iowa native finished the season with a .274 batting average with nine doubles, 19 RBI and 11 runs scored. During league play, Rodriguez increased her average to .340, posted a .908 OPS and drove in 15 of her 19 runs. She also had six of her nine doubles in Ivy League play.

Guevara earned a spot on the All-Ivy team for the second year in a row. During Ivy League play, Guevara led the league in innings pitched (87.0) and was tied with seven wins. Guevara was third in the league in ERA (2.33), setback average (.249) and strikeouts (47). The native of Chula Vista, California, ranked second in the league with a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 3.50 and was also second in the league and 41st in the NCAA with 1.38 walks per seven innings.

Moody earned All-Ivy honors for the second consecutive season after earning honorable mention honors as a sophomore. Moody led Brown in conference play with a .369 batting average, 24 hits, .538 slugging percentage and 1.012 OPS. Moody scored 10 runs and a drive-in nine, while tying for the team lead with six doubles and 12 walks. The Carlsbad, California Native struck out just once in 65 at-bats during league play and was second in the league all season and 21st in the nation, the hardest strikeout with one strikeout per 31.3 at-bats.

Carey was named All-Ivy for the first time and finished second on the team with a .364 batting average in league play. The junior collected 16 hits and scored five runs, driving in three. Carey struck out just twice in 44 at-bats during conference play and went 5-for-6 in stolen bases.

Hsiao earned honorable mention for the second season in a row. The sophomore finished the league with a .313 batting average, .484 on base percentage and .905 OPS. The Mountain View, California, native scored a team-high 17 points and had four doubles and two triples in the league. For the season, Hsiao led Brown with a .352 average, 43 hits, 12 doubles and 27 runs scored. Her 16 stolen bases are the third most in a season in Brown program history.


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