After helping her team win the NCCAA Softball World Series, Allison Seats has been named the Player of the Year, the NCCAA announced in a press release Thursday.
Additionally, Central Baptist College softball coach Jordon Jones was named Coach of the Year.
Seats had a historic season for the Mustangs, joining an elite list of players to hit 20 home runs and drive in 70 runs in a season.
In addition to being the Player of the Year, she was an NCCAA first-team All-American while also being recognized as the NCCAA Central Region Player of the Year, American Midwest Conference Freshman of the Year and a first-team all-conference selection.
Jones broke records in her first year leading the Mustangs.
Her 42 wins were the most by a first-year head coach in school history and she led the team to a 16-game winning streak that propelled them to within a game of the NAIA National Tournament.
She also had an outstanding postseason record, going 7-2 in both the AMC and NCCAA playoffs.
Hunter Clark was also selected as a third-team All-American.
Clark hit 13 home runs and drove in 56 runs this season, her final as a Mustang.
She was also selected to the AMC First-Team, as well.