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Best Of Baltimore Sports 2018: Best Female College Athlete

December 20, 2018
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PressBox's second annual Best Of  is here, featuring more than 60 honorees, including best upset, best newcomer, best comeback, best surprise and much more.

Best Female College Athlete

The Towson softball team, which went 42-19 overall in 2018, had five players hit .319 or better, but no one produced more than senior center fielder Kendyl Scott.

Her 89 hits, a Tigers single-season record, were third-best in the nation. She was sixth in the nation in doubles (22) and eighth in batting average (.449). Scott finished her career as the Tigers' all-time leader in hits (252) and runs (163) and helped lead the Tigers to their first postseason appearance.

See Also:  Towson Softball Completes Record-Breaking Season 

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Towson Athletics


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Best Of Baltimore Sports 2018 (collage)

Plus: Check out Q&As with PressBox's 2018 Sportspersons of the Year, UMBC men's basketball coach Ryan Odom and guard Jairus Lyles.
Best Of Baltimore Sports 2018: Sportspersons of the Year Jairus Lyles and Ryan Odom

Issue 250: December 2018 / January 2019