ERIE, Pa. – Penn State Behrend softball players Mackenzie McIntire (Stoneboro, PA/Lakeview) and Kylee Bundy (DuBois, PA/DuBois) were named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division III All-America team, announced on Monday. This is the first time in Behrend history two softball players have been named All-American in the same season. McIntire and Bundy were both named to the third-team.
The Division III All-America teams are voted on by a committee of NFCA member coaches representing the NCAA's eight regions. They select 18 players for each of three teams, unless there is a tie for a third-team slot, in which case the tied players are both awarded honors. All players recognized as All-Region players are eligible for All-America recognition.
McIntire appeared in 33 games for the Lions. In 106 at-bats, she tallied 55 hits, 38 RBIs, 17 runs, 17 doubles, and four home runs. She had a .519 batting average, .540 on-base percentage, and .792 slugging percentage. She contributed 84 total bases and a .921 fielding percentage. On May 1, McIntire tallied her 47th career double to beat the Behrend record as well as her 100th career RBI. She now sits at 51 career-doubles. McIntire has 17 multiple hit games this season and 11 multiple RBI games.
Bundy appeared in 34 games for the Lions at second base. In 102 at-bats, she tallied 44 hits, 40 runs, 12 doubles, four triples, and 34 RBIs. She also contributed six stolen bases and 70 total bases. She currently has a .431 batting average, .483 on-base percentage, and .686 slugging percentage.