The 2014 field will include a record number of teams as the largest NCAA Division II softball tournament hosted by one school returns to Las Vegas for the fifth straight year. Six of the GNAC's seven teams are among the 32.
Saint Martin's second baseman Lacey McGladrey is just the third player in GNAC history to earn NFCA first-team All-American honors. She was also selected to the Daktronics second team.
McGladrey finished second in the GNAC in batting to teammate Sam Munger with a .397 average. She also led the conference in runs scored (65) and tied Evola, who hit .390, for the lead in doubles with 17.
One of the most successful seasons in GNAC softball history came to a close Sunday as Saint Martin's lost a 5-3 decision to Humboldt State in a NCAA Division II West Regional semifinal contest.
Taviah Jenkins drove in four runs with a pair of home runs to lead Saint Martin's to a 8-5 win over Grand Canyon in a loser-out game at the NCAA West Regional softball tournament Saturday.