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Three members of the UHV softball team have been named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s NAIA all-region team for the 2019 season.

Seniors Gabby Davila and Jamison Dumont, along with junior Ashley Reyna, have been recognized on the NFCA All-Region I second team. Davila and Dumont were named to the team as at-large players, while Reyna was named as a designated player.

Dumont was the Red River Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year and first-team all-conference this year. She led the Jaguars with a .355 batting average, 50 hits, eight home runs, 33 RBI, 86 total bases and a .610 slugging percentage.

Davila paced the Jaguars with 36 runs, a .433 on-base percentage and 18 stolen bases, while she was second on the team with a .491 slugging percentage. She compiled a .327 batting average with six doubles, three triples and two home runs. She was also recognized on the RRAC all-conference first team.

Reyna compiled a .333 batting average with 12 runs, 20 RBIs, eight doubles, two triples and a .431 slugging percentage. She was also named to the RRAC all-conference second team.

The award honors softball student- athletes from the NFCA’s six regions with first- and second-team recognition. NFCA member coaches from each respective region voted on the teams.

It is the first time for the Jaguars to be recognized with all-region honors since 2016 when Lauren Von Boeckmann and Savannah Crittenden were named to the NFCA Southwest Region first team.

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