Captains Maggie Hull and Maddie Stein were honored for the third and first time, respectively
The first-four year players under head coach Megan Smith were honored with the Big Jay awras
Four Jayhawks recognized by the Big 12 Conference, highlighted by Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Maggie Hull
The freshman from Blue Springs, Mo., wins her second Big 12 weekly honor in less than a month
The Jayhawks defeat a top-ranked opponent for the first time in program history
Lettered four times at Blue Springs High in Blue Springs, Mo. under coach Roger Lower... As a freshman was All-State, Metro, Region, Conference, Area and District, KMBC Athlete of the week, ESPN Rise National Female Player of the Week, named to ESPN Rise's "Nine to Watch" list, Examiner Player of the Year, Team MVP, broke state records for single-season winning percentage, wins in a season and RBIs in a championship game... Eight no-hitters, three perfect games, 19 shutouts and was 30-0 as a freshman... Team finished 31-0 on the season... In her sophomore year she was All-State, Metro, Region, Conference, Area and District... Finished 18-4 on the season, threw a no-hitter and led the team to a 22-5 record... As a junior, was All-State, Metro, Region, Conference, Area and District... Team MVP for the second time and was 24-2 with three no-hitters to lead her team to a 26-2 record... As a senior she was All-State, Metro, Region, Conference, Area and District... She is the first athlete in school history to be All-State for four years... She set the Missouri record for career wins (93).
Played four years for KC Peppers Eakin under Head Coach Dan Eakin.
Born Kelsey Lynn Kessler... Daughter of Robert and Lanette Kessler... three cousins Holly, Brandi and Michelle play softball for Truman State, MSSU and Avila, respectively... Undecided on a major.