PORTLAND, Ore. -- Senior Emily Drevdahl closed out her career with the Lewis & Clark Pioneers with an All-Northwest Conference First-Team selection while teammates Lily Moffitt, Frankie Warden and Olivia Brackin earned honorable mentions. Drevdahl previously earned selection to Second Team All-Conference her freshman year, while Warden earned the same honor last year as a sophomore. Moffitt and Brackin both capped off their debut seasons with the honorable mention.
Drevdahl earned her spot with the second highest batting average in the conference with a .445, the fourth best batting average for a season in Lewis & Clark history. Drevdahl drove in 23 RBI and blasted a career high eight home runs, helping her tie for third for home runs in a season. She has also tied Lewis & Clark's record for doubles in a season with 12, and is now fourth overall for hits in a season with 49. As a pitcher, Drevdahl had two wins and one save, with a career high 15 strikeouts on the season.
Warden, previously named to the All-NWC Second Team in 2018, saw a career high 18 runs, 23 RBI's and 41 hits on the season, with two doubles, a triple, and four home runs. She had the third highest batting average on the team with a .369.
Brackin was a force in her debut season, earning an All-NWC Honorable Mention selection for her team-leading 10 home runs and 36 RBI. Her .377 batting average sat just behind Drevdahl on the leadership board for Lewis & Clark. Brackin is now tied for most home runs in a season, and has the second highest RBI in a season in the history of the program. Moffitt, also in her debut season, had two home runs and 11 RBI with a .337 batting average and .418 slugging percentage.