Kristie Hoeffer of Gloucester received All-American honors from the National Junior College Athletic Association for her outstanding play on the softball field. Hoeffer, who was a sophomore outfielder for Florida’s Seminole State College, received the All-American honor along with teammate Kalee Tabor of Lake Mary, Fla.
Hoeffer was named NJCAA National Player of the Week earlier in the season. She was also recognized on the Florida College System Activities Association All-State Team and earned Third Team All-American honors.
In addition to being number one in the state and number two in the country in doubles with 28, Hoeffer led the state in runs scored with 71, steals with 44 and hits with 96. She maintained a team-leading .412 batting average and contributed 37 RBIs, four triples and seven home runs. Off the field, Hoeffer earned Academic All-Conference and All-State honors.
The Raiders won their first ever state championship this season, made it to day two of the NJC...
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