Foursome named LSWA Honorable Mentions

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MONROE, La. – Coming off record performances, junior Faith Bohack, senior Alexis Cacioppo, redshirt senior Miyuki Navarrete and sophomore Rochelle Roberts earned All-State Honorable Mention honors as announced by the Louisiana’s Sports Writers’ Association late Saturday night.

LSWA’s All-State awards are voting on by sports information directors and beat writers across the state.

Bohack and Roberts received their first recognition from the organization with the selection. Navarrete locked up back-to-back Honorable Mention honors having been selected in 2014.

Cacioppo is now a two-time LSWA Honorable Mention winner earning the honor back in 2014. Cacioppo made the All-Louisiana Second-Team as the third baseman selection back in 2013.

Bohack ended 2015 with a .304 average with 48 hits including seven doubles, two triples and seven home runs. Bohack boasted a .519 slugging percentage as well as a .397 on-base percentage. The junior was also swiped 13 bases on 16 attempts.

Bohack ranked second on the squad in both triples and runs scored while setting a career high in the latter as well as sitting third in hits. Bohack recorced 15 multi-hit games and a team-leading 15 multi-RBI games.

The Conroe, Texas, native was the team leader home runs as well as RBI as Bohack took down the single-season RBI record that was previous held since 2003 by Casey Goodman.

With her 50 RBI in 2015, Bohack is the only Warhawk in school history with 50 or more RBI in a single season. With her senior season remaining, Bohack currently ranks tied for seventh in career RBI (97), eighth in career slugging percentage (.455), tied for ninth in career home runs (16)

Cacioppo ended her final season with a .361 average with 39 RBI, 32 runs scored, 53 hits, 10 doubles, two triples and six home runs. The senior posted a .578 slugging percentage and a .484 on-base percentage.

Her 2015 numbers earned Cacioppo Second-Team All-Sun Belt earlier this year.

Cacioppo ranked 11th in the conference and second on the team with her 2015 average, a career-high mark, while leading the team in slugging and on-base percentage as well as total bases.

The senior set career-high totals in hits, triples and runs scored while recording 13 multi-hit and 11 multi-RBI games.

The La Harba, Calif., native etched her name in the ULM record books with help from her senior season. Cacioppo ranks third in career RBI (131), fourth in career slugging percentage (.509), fifth in career on-base percentage (.398), career doubles (34) and career home runs (29) and tied for seventh in career runs scored (110).

Navarrete closed her 2015 campaign with a .300 average, 48 hits, 10 doubles, two triples, 13 home runs, 37 runs and 24 RBI. The red-shirt senior garnered a .444 slugging percentage and a .398 on-base percentage.

With 32 stolen bases, Navarrete ranked second on the team and conference as well as seventh on the single-season steals list.

Her 2015 totals earned the San Jose, Calif., native Second-Team All-Sun Belt honors earlier this season.

Navarrete recorded 13 multi-hit and eight multi-RBI games as well as a team-best reached-base streak of 16 games. Navarrete tied for first on the team in doubles, ranked third in runs scored while tying for third in hits and triples with a career high in the latter.

Navarrete also ranked fourth on the team with her career-high RBI total.

The red-shirt senior has also etched her name in the ULM record book. Navarrete closed her career as the stolen base queen with a program-best, career total of 119.

Navarrete also ranks third in career runs scored (145), eighth in career on-base percentage (.376), tied for ninth in career RBI (79) and ranks tenth in career hits (177).

Roberts closed her sophomore season with a .382 average, 65 hits, seven doubles, four triples, one home runs and 42 runs scored. Roberts boasted a .488 slugging and .426 on-base percentages.

Roberts picked up First-Team All-Sun Belt honors earlier this season.

Roberts led the team and conference with 36 stolen bases which was the fifth most bases stolen in a single season in program history.

Roberts recorded the fourth-highest, single-season runs scored, fifth-highest, single-season average and sixth-most, single-season hits totals.

The Vacaville, Calif., native ranked sixth in the Sun Belt in batting average, tied for third in hits and tied for first in triples. Roberts set career highs in slugging percentage, runs scored and hits.

The sophomore recorded five-multi RBI games and a team-leading 17 multi-hit games while boasting the team’s longest hit-streak of 11 games.

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