Hays was the Western Athletic Conference softball champion with a 7-1 record on the year, and the Indians cleaned up in the awards department as a result.
Five players were First-Team All-League selections led by Player of the Year Katelyn Schumacher. She was joined on the First-Team by teammates Makenzie Flaska, Makenzie Altman, Paige Lunsford and Shea Briggs.
Abby Maska earned Coach of the Year honors for guiding Hays to that 7-1 WAC record.
Great Bend had the second-most selections to the First-Team with three.
The complete team is below.
WAC First-Team All-League Softball
Emily Bayouth - Liberal (IF)
Abby Morrison - Great Bend (P/C)
Ashley Stephenson - Dodge City (IF)
Makenzie Flaska- Hays (IF)
Makenzie Altman- Hays (U)
Paige Lunsford- Hays (IF)
Shea Briggs - Hays (IF)
Jamie St. Clair - Garden City (OF)
Jordan Haney - Great Bend (P/IF)
Kylie Newton - Dodge City (OF)
Leslie Ford - Garden City (P)
Stephanie Morrison - Great Bend (IF)
Player of the Year: Katelyn Schumacher - Hays
Coach of the Year: Abby Maska - Hays
WAC Honorable Mention
Casey Curran - Garden City
Kaitlee Spray - Great Bend
Brittany Waldman - Dodge City
Riley Hay - Liberal
Jennifer St. Clair - Garden City
Taylor Oldham - Dodge City
Nicole Reiter - Great Bend
Mackenzie Albers - Hays
Jai Chapman - Liberal
Vanessa Garcia - Garden City
Syndi Hernandez - Garden City
Jessica Shipps - Dodge City
Lexi Brack - Great Bend
Haley Wells - Hays