Hannah Rogers Nominated for an ESPY
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - After leading the University of Florida softball team to its first national championship, senior pitcher Hannah Rogers is a nominee for the 2014 ESPY Award for Best Female College Athlete, ESPN announced on Wednesday (June 25).
Rogers compiled a 30-8 record in her final season in Orange and Blue, marking the third 30-win campaign of her career. The Lake Wales, Fla., native went 7-0 with seven complete games and six shutouts in the NCAA Tournament, and also earned the save in the championship-clinching victory over Alabama on June 3.
A finalist for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award, Rogers is the first four-time All-American in Gator Softball history. The right-hander finished her career as the NCAA's active leader in victories (127), and she is the second UF pitcher ever to eclipse the 100-win mark. Rogers ranks second in Florida annals in wins, saves (14), complete games (108), shutouts (41), strikeouts (833) and appearances (191), while ranking sixth for lowest ERA (1.63).
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