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UB softball's Aguon and Martinez earn All-MAC honors


BUFFALO, N.Y. -- A duo of University at Buffalo softball players were honored on Tuesday afternoon as the Mid-American Conference announced its postseason awards. Freshman Anna Aguon was named to the All-MAC First Team and All-Freshman Team while Jenelle Martinez earned All-MAC Second Team honors. 
After her huge year at the plate, Aguon became just the second freshman in UB softball history to earn first team All-MAC honors as Alexis Curtiss also earned the recognition during her freshman campaign in 2012. Buffalo has also placed at least one freshman on the All-MAC Freshman Team in four straight seasons.
Aguon finished off her first season in the blue and white in impressive fashion as she posted a .359 batting average to go along with a team-high seven home runs, 36 runs scored and 35 RBI while leading the squad with a .633 slugging percentage and a .451 on base percentage. The Vancouver, WA native started 46 games in the outfield for the Bulls while notching six double and four triples to go along with a team-best 81 total bases.
Her 36 runs scored on the season rank second in school history and are the most in a single season by a freshman in program history. Her 35 RBI also rank fifth in school history and second most by a Buffalo freshman. On the year, the left fielder posted a team-high 13 multi-hit games and 11 multi-RBI games while batting in the middle of the Bulls lineup all season long.
Martinez was honored with second team All-MAC honors for the first time in her Buffalo career after leading the Bulls offensive attack all season long. The second baseman posted a career-best .364 batting average to go along with six home runs, a team-high 37 RBI and 19 runs scored while recording a .550 slugging percentage and a .406 on base percentage. Her 37 RBI on the season rank fourth in program history for RBI in a single season.
The Cypress, CA backed up her strong freshman campaign that saw her earn All-Freshman Team honors with an even better season during her sophomore campaign, she became the ninth player in UB history to earn All-MAC Second Team honors.
The Bulls closed out their season with a 16-31 overall record while notching a 7-16 MAC mark as they more than doubled their total conference victories from a season ago.
Player of the Year: Holly Speers, Kent State
Pitcher of the Year: 
Danielle Stiene, Ohio
Freshman of the Year: 
Bailey Curry, Toledo
Coach of the Year: 
Kristen Butler, Toledo
Nan Harvey Award: Lauren Holdsworth, Eastern Michigan 
First TeamDanielle Stiene, Ohio, P
Kailey Minarchick, Toledo, P
Maison Kalina, Central Michigan, C
Mikayla Cooper, Ohio, 1B
Maddy Labrador, Ball State, 2B
Bailey Brownfield, Kent State, 3B
Holly Speers, Kent State, SS
Sam Coffel, Western Michigan, OF
Anna Aguon, Buffalo, OF
Haley Dominique, Ball State, OF
Bailey Curry, Toledo, UTL
Sydney Stefanick, Western Michigan, UTL/P
Aeshia Miles, Ball State, P
Alex Day, Ohio, 3B
Erika Underwood, Central Michigan, 1B
Second TeamJordan Kurth, Western Michigan, P
Madi Huck, Kent State, P
Laine Simmons, Bowling Green, C
Sam Schmidt, Northern Illinois, 1B
Taylor Saxton, Ohio, 2B
Amanda Akles, Eastern Michigan, 3B
Sydney Jascoe, Akron, SS
Kennadie Goth, Kent State, OF
Ashley Rausch, Toledo, OF
Maria Cegledy, Kent State, OF
Morgan Geno, Ohio, UTL
Brenna Brownfield, Kent State, UTL-P
Jenny Van Geertry, Northern Illinois, OF
Jenelle Martinez, Buffalo, 2B
Cassie Gillespie, Akron, 1B
All-Freshman TeamBailey Curry, Toledo
Sam Coffel, Western Michigan
Anna Aguon, Buffalo
Kennadie Goth, Kent State
Shaidan Knapp, Central Michigan
Ashton Slone, Miami
Courtney Vierstra, Miami
Kylie Norwood, Toledo
Kaitlyn Miller, Kent State
Katie Yun, Ohio

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