The Times’ All-Star softball team for 2022

A look at the Times’ 2022 All-Star Softball Team:

Krug, Sydney Somerndike, Villa Park, Sr.: The Arizona commit was 14-1 with 179 strikeouts and 20 walks. She’s had a 38-4 record and 660 career strikeouts in the last two years.

Krug, Micaela Kastor, Oaks Christian, Sr.: Notre Dame’s involvement led the Lions to a 34-1 record and a Division I regional championship.

Catcher, Alexia Lopez, Eastvale Roosevelt, Sr.: Cal State Fullerton’s signing helped her team win the Southern Section Division 1 championship by hitting .404 with nine doubles, five homers and 29 RBIs.

Utility, Natalie Gleason, Capistrano Valley Christian, Sr.: The Grand Canyon commit set an Orange County record with 20 home runs while hitting .711 and going 5-0 as a pitcher.

Infielder, Mya Perez, Norco, Jr.: Arizona State’s signing batted .676 with 51 hits and 17 home runs.

Infielder, Ella Parker, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Jr.: The Oklahoma commit hit 11 home runs and was run repeatedly as a mark of respect.

Infielders, Samantha Bland, Chino Hills, Jr.: The Nebraska commit batted .443 with 37 RBIs and eight home runs.

Infielder, Kiki Estrada, Orange Lutheran, Sr.: The Arkansas commit hit .500 with nine homers for the Trinity League champion.

Outfielder, Kai Minor, Orange Lutheran, Fr.: What an impressive high school start for Minor, who used her speed to hit .532 with 50 hits and 40 runs.

Fielder, Abby Dayton, Norco, Sr.: The Utah commit hit .489 with 43 hits.

Fielders, Regan Shockey, Chino Hills, Jr.: The Arizona commit batted .547 with 52 hits and 28 RBIs.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/highschool/story/2022-06-10/la-times-all-star-softball-team-player-capsule The Times’ All-Star softball team for 2022

Emma Bowman

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