Will Play Alumni Game Friday at 5 p.m.
The 2014 campaign was another historic season for Shonda Stanton and Marshall softball
Marshall advances to its third consecutive title game
The Herd holds a 3-0 tournament advantage over the Blazers
All the honorees have a national ranking
2014 (Senior): Started all 49 of her 49 games played in 2014. Batted for a .326 average in 2014. Earned 44 hits on the season. Scored 23 runs and tallied 32 RBI. Hit 7 home runs in 2014. Walked 24 times in 2014 and was able to reach 78 total bases. Successfully stole 3 bases on 4 attempts. Finished the season with a .578 slugging percentage, .455 on-base percentage and a .968 fielding percentage. Recorded her first career triple against Louisiana Tech on May 3rd. Recorded a career high 4 RBI against UNC Wilmington on March 20th. Scored 2 runs in 5 separate games in 2014. Ranked 6th in school history for highest on-base percentage in a single season with .455. Ranked tied for 6th in school history for most triples in a single season with 2. Named Conference-USA Player of the Week for the week of April 7th.
2013 (Junior): Started 46 of her 55 regular-season appearances and in all six games of postseasonas aright fielder ordesignated hitter... Posted a .250 batting average, connecting for 32 hits and 13 runs scored...Had four doubles and four homeruns, along with 13 RBI...Earned a .375 slugging percentage and reached 48 total bases... Was walked 16 times and had a .345 on-base percentage... Webster got her first hit in a Marshall jersey against Georgia Tech Feb. 15 at the Georgia Tech Classic... She had five perfect games going 1-for-1 with two RBI and a home run against Quinnipiac Feb. 23 and 1-for-1 against UNCG Feb. 24 at the Spartan Classic, she went 3-for-3 with two RBI, a double and home run against Buffalo in Marshall's home opener March 1, she went 3-for-3 again against ECU April 13, and against Houston in the conference championship went 1-for-1 with two walks in the May 11 title game...Ranked No. 18 in Conference USA standings with a .958 fielding percentage... Ended postseason with the second highest average on the team .313 and highest slugging percentage .563... was one of two Marshall players to hit a homerun in postseason action...named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Prior to Marshall: Spent two seasons at Salt Lake Community College where she earned first team All-American status and first team all-conference...during the NJCAA tournament, she was named offensive player of the year...hit .503 her freshman year at SLCC with 53 RBI on 13 home runs...team advanced to the NJCAA World Series.
High School: Attended Arbor View High School where she collected three letters...was a two-time offensive player of the year...two -time all-conference honoree.
Personal: Born Aug. 12, 1992 to parents Clark and Ruthann Webster...has one sibling, a brother, Collins (24)...majoring in medical imaging.