In its inaugural year in the Sooner Athletic Conference, the Central Christian College softball team had three team members earn SAC Conference post season honors.
The Tigers placed two players on the on the All-Conference Second Team, and another team member earned a gold glove. Senior Kasi Kraus and freshman Altavia Hall were selected to the second team, Kraus as a utility player and Hall as a designated player (DP). Recognized for her defensive prowess, freshman Taylor Bourne was awarded a gold glove for her play in center field.
Kraus wrapped up her career in a Tiger uniform, playing in 54 of the Tigers' 57 games this season. Defensively, she split her time between the pitchers' circle, and first base. In the circle she was 7-22 with a team leading 6.36 ERA, had 40 walks, and 55 strikeouts. She fielded her position extremely well. While in the circle and at first base, she combined to have 130 putout and 75 assists, finishing the season with a .953 fielding percentage. At the dish, she was the team's leading hitter with a .345 batting average. She had 142 plate appearances, recording 49 hits, including seven doubles and one triple, scored 27 runs and drove in 12. She had a good eye at the plate, striking out just 10 times on the year and drawing 15 walks.
Hall made an immediate impact for the Tigers this year as a freshman. She played in 51 games this season at various positions, but was the majority of the time was used as the DP. She finished fourth on the team in batting average at .296. She had 135 at bats on the year and recorded 40 hits, scored 23 runs, and had 31 RBI. She also had 15 extra base hits on the season, including 11 doubles, one triple, and three home runs.
Taylor Bourne also made her mark on the Tigers and the SAC as a freshman. She was named a gold glove recipient for her play in centerfield. Bourne played in 50 games in her first year in a Tiger uniform, and started 48 of those games. With her speed and talent, she was a natural choice to roam the middle of the outfield. She recorded 74 putouts, four assists, and had just nine errors, for a fielding percentage of .897.