STARKVILLE, Miss. — University of Georgia juniors Alisa Goler and Taylor Schlopy were named Louisville Slugger/NFCA Second-Team All-Americans on Wednesday according to an announcement made by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.
Goler and Schlopy earn All-America honors for the second consecutive season, as both were named first-team selections in 2009.
This year, Goler was named an at-large selection at third base, while Schlopy earned the honor as an outfielder.
The duo is among 54 student-athletes from 35 different institutions representing 13 conferences to earn the honor of being named to one of the three 2010 Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division I All-America teams.
Goler enters the 2010 NCAA Women’s College World series batting .377 with 53 RBI. She has helped lead the Lady Bulldogs to a school-record 95 home runs as she is tied for the team lead (15). For her three-year career, Goler has now hit 41 home runs, which ranks third in school history behind Megan McAllister’s 47 and Ashley Godfrey’s 42.
Goler has also helped pace the Bulldogs to a school-record 224 walks by leading the team with a single-season player record 54 base on balls.
Her 54 walks also rank fourth in a single-season in SEC history. Additionally, Goler is slugging a team-best .767, has an on-base percentage of .541 and has stolen a personal-best 10 bases.