Courtney Auger’s list of accolades at Seward County were capped off this week as she was named 1st Team All-American by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association and 3rd Team All-American by the National Junior College Athletic Association. After a solid freshman campaign and being named both Jayhawk West Conference Freshman of the Year and Most Valuable Player in 2008, Auger backed that up with yet another NJCAA Most Valuable Player sophomore season by helping the Lady Saints to a regular season conference title, a Region VI Tournament title, and a 7th place finish at the 2009 National Tournament. Auger led the Lady Saints to a 40-16 overall record this season while posting a 25-6 record in the circle for the gals in green and chalking up a 1.52 ERA and sending 265 batters back to the dugout via strikeout. Auger leaves Seward County as the All-Time leader in wins (46), strikeouts (558), and ERA (1.51), as well as finishing 2nd in winning percentage (.754, 46-15), games pitched (67), and innings pitched (380). Auger is currently in the process of deciding where she will attend and play next season.