BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (June 2, 2022) - Twelve student-athletes from the Southeastern Conference were named to one of three 2022 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division I All-America teams.
Mississippi State catcher Mia Davidson, a unanimous first-team selection, was named the 2022 Diamond Sports/NFCA Catcher of the Year, which is bestowed on the NFCA's first-team catcher. Davidson played a pivotal role in helping the Bulldogs reach and host their first-ever Super Regional. A member of the All-SEC First Team, she hit a team-leading .371 and ranks top-15 nationally with 22 home runs, .549 on-base percentage, .855 slugging percentage and 136 total bases.
The NFCA All-America teams are voted on by the Association's All-America Committees. In Division I, the committee is comprised of one selected member head coach from each of the NFCA's 10 regions. All student-athletes who were nominated by a member head coach and voted to the first-, second or third-team All-Region teams were eligible for All-America consideration.
2022 NFCA Division I All-Americans
(U) - denotes unanimous selection
|Hannah Gammill||Arkansas||Third Base|
|Danielle Gibson||Arkansas||First Base|
|Linnie Malkin||Arkansas||At-Large -- DP or Utility/Non-Pitcher|
|Mia Davidson||Mississippi State||Catcher (U)|
|Montana Fouts||Alabama||At-Large -- Pitcher|
|Skylar Wallace||Florida||DP or Utility/Non-Pitcher|
|Sara Mosley||Georgia||At-Large -- Third Base|
|Haley Lee||Texas A&M||First Base|
|Lacey Fincher||Georgia||At-Large -- DP or Utility/Non-Pitcher|