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Scottie Todd Named All-New England by NFCA

Scottie Todd Named All-New England by NFCA

From Brandeis University Athletics

Brandeis University rookie Scottie Todd of Tampa, Florida, has earned third-team All-New England honors from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA).

Todd earned an At-Large spot on the All-New England team. She served as the Judges' top pitcher this season, starting 12 games. She also served as the team's designated player in 13 others.

In the circle, Todd led the University Athletic Association and set Brandeis's single-season record with a 1.41 earned-run average. She threw 94.1 innings (6th in the league) and allowing 95 hits and 39 runs, only 19 of which were earned. She struck out 49 (6th) and walked 26 in posting a 9-5 record, tying for fifth in the league in wins. Todd threw nine complete games and two shutouts. She allowed two earned runs or fewer in 16 of her 19 pitching appearances.

Todd also led Brandeis with a .344 batting average (22-64) and slugging percentage (.500) thanks to seven doubles and a home run. She drove in 10 runs and scored 12.

Todd is a 2016 graduate of Strawberry Crest High School.