Former two time Junior College Softball All American for the Pima Aztecs.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Another post season honor came in for the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Ariz.) softball team when junior Bailey Critchlow (Stockton, Utah) was named second-team All-American at the utility position by the National Fast Pitch Coaches Association (NFCA). She is the only player from the California Pacific Conference (Cal Pac) to earn the honor.
An All-Cal Pac player this past year for the Eagles, Critchlow had an outstanding first season in Prescott, ranking among the team leaders in every offensive category. Second on the team with a .420 batting average, the junior was second in the Cal Pac in runs scored (47) and finished in the top-10 in triples (3), home runs (5), slugging (.636), stolen bases (19), and on-base percentage (.497). Nationally she was ninth in the NAIA in runs scored per game (1.146) and was also among the national leaders in hits per game (1.043), total bases per game (2.220), stolen bases per game (0.463), at bats per game (3.488), and batting average.