Hoskins Named Pitcher of the Year, Six Mounties Earn All-Conference Honors

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Cascade Collegiate Conference revealed its 2024 Postseason Honors on Thursday, with six different Mounties earning All-Conference recognitions. The trio of Kaylie Hoskins, Kylie Parsons, and Madelyn Durham all made the First Team, while Addison Ribordy and Hannah Tyree were named to the Second Team, with Katelynn Evans receiving an Honorable Mention.

In addition to being named First Team All-Conference, Kaylie Hoskins was also recognized as CCC Pitcher of the Year by the conference. This should come as no surprise to those who have followed Eastern Oregon Softball this season, as Hoskins was named CCC Pitcher of the Week an impressive six times, while also leading the conference in ERA and strikeouts. Hoskins built upon last year’s Newcomer of the Year-winning season, following it up with a Perfect Game as well as several No-hitters in 2024.

Madelyn Durham was named to the All-Conference First Team after playing a pivotal role in her first season with the Mounties. Durham currently ranks eighth in the conference with 33 runs batted in while also maintaining a .353 batting average. The Junior recorded a season-best five RBIs against Providence.

Another pitcher making First Team All-Conference for Eastern Oregon, Kylie Parsons held the second-best ERA in the conference at 1.09 and the second-best opposing batting average at .168. The Junior also has the third most wins in the conference with an impressive overall record of 18-3, throwing a No-hitter against Providence and named CCC Pitcher of the Week for her series against Bushnell.

Addison Ribordy was named Second Team All-Conference after ranking third in the conference in on-base percentage at .492 while also ranking seventh in the conference in walks with 22. Ribordy maintained a batting average of .365 while recording a season-high three hits last weekend against Southern Oregon.

Hannah Tyree was named Second Team All-Conference after a dominant year behind home plate, leading the conference in total chances, putouts, and caught stealing. Offensively, the junior maintained a .315 batting average while recording 27 total RBIs. Tyree receives all-conference recognition for the second year in a row, having been named first team all-conference last season.

The final recipient is another CCC Player of the Week in Katelynn Evans, named All-Conference Honorable Mention. Evans led the team with a batting average of .369 this season, recording 38 total hits. The outfielder also ranks fifth in the conference with 21 total stolen bases.

Eastern Oregon congratulates these athletes on their recognitions as they prepare for the CCC Softball Championships, scheduled to begin May 3rd in Klamath Falls.

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