VIENNA, W. Va. – Four Point Park University softball players earned All-River States Conference Softball honors, announced at the conclusion of the conference tournament Saturday.

Ashley Iagnemma (SO/Bridgeville, Pa) and Kim Corcoran (JR/Cheswick, Pa) earned All-RSC First Team honors.

Iagnemma ended the season 11-8 with a 1.64 ERA. She tossed 132.1 innings and 14 complete games for the Pioneers (21-21, 11-7 RSC), racking up 155 strikeouts and holding opposing batters to a .167 average. Iagnemma threw a no-hitter in a 6-0 win over Cincinnati Christian University on April 8.

Corcoran led the team with 32 RBIs in her appearances at the plate this season, many of which came from 11 doubles, a triple and a team-leading six home runs. She led the team with a .567 slugging percentage and a .348 average.

Corcoran started every game at first base for Point Park with a .958 fielding percentage.

Catcher Jess Beitler and shortstop Becca Babincak (SR/Gibsonia, Pa) earned All-RSC Second Team honors.

Beitler, a first team selection last season, came back from an ankle injury in pre-season to resume her place behind the plate for the Pioneers.

She started in 36 games, hitting .313 at the plate and occasionally serving in the designated player spot in the nightcap. Beitler hit eight doubles, three home runs and 23 RBIs.

Babincak led the team all season in batting average, ending with a .408. As the lead-off hitter for the Pioneers, Babincak's speed out of the box and on the bases played a pivotal role in getting things started in 41 games for the Pioneers.

The conference also names a Champion of Character from each team. The Champions of Character Teams had one player from each team named who best exhibits the NAIA's five core character values of the respect, responsibility, integrity, servant leadership and sportsmanship.

Katie Tarr (FR/Burgettstown, Pa.) earned that title for Point Park. Tarr's role as a closer on the pitching staff saw her pitch 46.2 innings with 45 strikeouts.

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