BCC Softball Players Earn All-America Honors

By  //  May 24, 2013

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Boggs, Ammons SELECTED NJCAA All-American

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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard Community College placed two players on the 2013 NJCAA Division I softball All-America team announced this week.

Sophomore centerfielder Cassie Boggs of Longwood, Fla. and Lyman High School, was named to the second team while sophomore infielder Kat Ammons of Jacksonville, Fla. and Bishop Kenny High, was named to the third team.

Cassie Boggs leads the nation with runs batted with an amazing 65.
Cassie Boggs leads the nation with runs batted with an amazing 65. (Image Courtesy of Brevardcc.edu)

Boggs, who was a first-team All-America in 2012, and Ammons join women’s soccer sophomores Lois Edvardsson and Courtney Hueston, freshman Heather Williams and sophomore golfer Keith Greene as 2012-2013 All-America selections at BCC.


Boggs finished the season with 99 hits, ranking her ninth nationally. She ranked fifth nationally with 25 doubles, 11th in batting average at .483 and 34th in runs batted in with 63. Boggs also was a two-time Florida College System Activities Association Southern Conference Player of the Year and a 2013 FCSAA All-State first-team selection. She will continue her education and career at St. Leo University in St. Leo, Fla.


Ammons, also a 2013 FCSAA All-State first-team selection, will continue her education and career at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL. Ammons finished with 76 runs batted in, ranking 11th nationally. Her 81 hits ranked her 37th.

Boggs and Ammons join Aimee Halpin, a 2010 first-team selection as a freshman, and Lauran Ziegler, a second-team pick in 2009 as a freshman, as Titans softball All-Americans.