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William Carey Softball - Cook-Kelley, Fontenot, Shelby Named to NFCA-All Region

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Hattiesburg, Miss. - The National Fast Pitch Coaches Association has announced the 2013 NFCA NAIA All-Region Teams and William Carey University was well represented as Sophomore outfield Hannah Cook-Kelley, junior third baseman Jasmine Shelby, and catcher Anna Lauren Fontenot were named to the East Region First team.

Cook-Kelley, a native of Phoenix, Arizona, hit a team high .386 with 14 doubles and 45 RBI's. Last season Cook-Kelley was a first team NFCA NAIA All-American and first team East Region. Shelby hit .383 with a team high 6 home run and 59 hits. The former Harrison Central standout also led WCU with a .578 slugging percentage and .473 on base percentage. Fontenot, a native of Waynesboro, Miss., put together a sensational senior season hitting .359 with 4 home runs, 4 triples, 8 doubles, and 38 RBI's.

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