CHESTERTOWN — Washington freshman shortstop Megan Robbins received honorable mention in all-star voting by the Centennial Conference’s nine head softball coaches. She batted .286 for the 10-29 Shore ladies, and was one of only two players to start all 39 games.
Robbins led the team in doubles (10) and walks (12); was second in slugging percentage (.410) and RBI (16); and was third in on-base percentage (.367).
She was the team MVP.
In conference games only, Robbins led the team in hitting (.340), on-base percentage (.404) and slugging percentage (.420).
Robbins, of Denton, lettered in soccer, basketball and soccer at North Caroling High School. She was a member of the Bulldogs’ 2017 state championship softball team.
Senior captain Maddie Bennett (Ellicott City, Mount Hebron) represented Washington on the conference’s All-Sportsmanship Team.
Bennett and classmate Kerrigan Buck (Dalton, Pa.) qualified for the conference’s Academic Honor Roll for the third year in a row, maintaining at least a 3.40 cumulative grade point average through the fall 2018 semester.
A total of eight Washington players qualified for the honor roll, which is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors.
Juniors Jenna Gordon (Fairfax, Va.) and Leah Stokes (Chandler, Ariz.) repeat, while sophomores Caroline Braungard (Lancaster, Pa.), Amelia Mazza (Exton, Pa.), Grace Moery (Alexandria, Va.) and Brittany Walker (Jefferson, Brunswick) are first-time qualifiers.
Bennett graduated cum laude and with departmental honors as a double major in international studies and Hispanic studies, while Buck also graduated cum laude as an environmental science major.
Stokes and Walker are biology majors. Braungard is majoring in chemistry, Gordon in psychology, Mazza in business management and Moery in international studies.