ADA — Ohio Northern junior Adriana Sikora and senior Christin Miller were named All-Central Region in voting conducted by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.
Sikora was a first team selection and Miller was a second team honoree.
Sikora was also named first team All-Ohio Athletic Conference and was named to the All-OAC Tournament Team.
She led the OAC this season with 16 home runs, 51 runs scored, 39 RBI, 18 doubles, a 1.016 slugging percentage and a .558 on-base percentage. She led the team and was third in the OAC in batting with a .480 average and started 40 games in right field.
Her 16 home runs are the second-most in a single season in ONU history.
Miller started all 42 games at center field and is a four-time All-OAC and three-time All-Central Region honoree.
She earned first team all-conference accolades in each of her first three seasons as a Polar Bear and was named first team all-region as a sophomore and third team all-region as a junior.
She was second on the team with a .450 batting average and led the team with 67 hits and 22 stolen bases.
Miller is ONU’s all-time career hits leader with 259 and ranks second all-time with 53 stolen bases. She is also just the second player in ONU history to bat better than .400 in four consecutive seasons.
Area track and field athletes representing earned all-region accolades, which were released by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) on Monday.
The women’s team had six student-athletes earn the honor while the men had four.
On the men’s side, New Bremen graduate Dillon Webster earned all-region status in the 800-meter run.
On the women’s side, Leipsic grad Kendra Averesch was tabbed all-region in the shot put.
Bluffton grad Lydia Guagenti (high jump) was also selected an all-region athlete.