Junior designated hitter/pitcher Brittany Dauterman was named first team all-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) on Friday, April 27. Dauterman is the first Oilers player to earn first team all-conference honors since Katie Ammons earned the honor after the 2008 campaign.
Dauterman hit .370 on the season and led the team with seven home runs and 43 runs batted in. Her seven home runs and 43 RBI's were the second highest single season totals in school history.
The Bloomdale, Ohio native also clubbed 14 doubles and finished with a 7-5 record on the mound with a team-high 3.02 earned run average.
Allen hit .372 on the season and led the team with 41 runs scored. She also set a new single season record with 19 doubles while smacking six home runs and four triples.
The Toledo, Ohio native also drove in 36 runs and recorded 103 total bases, the second highest single season total in school history.
Motuza hit .340 on the year and scored 34 runs for the Oilers. She also had a team-high five triples and drove in 18 runs.