Sophomore Amanda Lievanos Collects Her Fourth All-America Nod with Easton® Accolade
It was announced earlier this week that sophomore outfielder Amanda Lievanos (Anaheim, CA) repeated as an All-American for the second time this season and for the fourth in her career at the University of Redlands. Most recently, she was one of three NCAA Division III student-athletes recognized by Easton® among the non-Division I All-America Team.
En route to putting together an outstanding sophomore campaign, Lievanos led the team in every offensive category while ranking among the best in Division III. She ranked fifth in the nation with a slugging percentage of .891 to go along with the sixth-best home run effort with 13 on the season. Her on-base percentage was impressive as well, landing her seventh in the country at .570.
During the Bulldogs' Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) championship season, she posted a .493 batting average with 42 runs scored, 68 hits, and 58 RBI.
In addition, Lievanos revealed her patience at the plate, earning a team-leading 26 walks.
Defensively, she was one of five Bulldog players to boast a perfect fielding percentage with her performance coming on 44 catches.
Redlands softball completed the 2012 season with an overall record of 32-13 after taking fifth at the Tyler Regional of the NCAA Division III Championships.