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Tech's Reddick and Sallinger Garner NCAA All-Tournament Honors

May 23, 2004

ATLANTA – Senior Soraya Reddick and junior Jessica Sallinger were named to the Athens Regional all-tournament team, announced Sunday afternoon. Sallinger and Reddick helped lead No. 23 Georgia Tech (47-19) to a third-place finish at the NCAA Softball Regional.

No. 8 and top-seeded Washington advanced to the College World Series today with a 3-1 win over second-seeded Georgia. The 10-th-ranked Bulldogs finished second (4-2), Tech third (2-2), Michigan State fourth (2-2), No. 24 Texas A&M (1-2) and UMass tied for fifth (1-2) and Chattanooga (0-2) and Eastern Kentucky (0-2) finished in a tie for seventh.

Reddick finished the regional 4-for-10, with a home run and one RBI. The Tampa, Fla., native made a diving catch on the warning track on Georgia’s Nicole Barber to preserve Tech’s 3-2 win over the Bulldogs on Friday afternoon. Reddick ended the season as the Atlantic Coast Conference’s leader in stolen bases (20).

Sallinger finished the Athens Regional with a record of 2-2 in the circle. The Kennesaw, Ga., native led the regional with 32 strikeouts in 24 innings pitched. She finished fourth with an ERA of 1.46 and tallied a shutout against No. 6 seed Massachusetts in Tech’s opening game of the regional. Sallinger set Tech single-season records in wins (31), shutouts (14), strikeouts (344) and ERA (0.82).

The Yellow Jackets ended the season with an overall record of 47-19. The 47 wins was the second most by a Jacket squad and Tech posted the program’s first win over a top-10 opponent earlier this season when the Rambling Wreck downed then-No. 9 Louisiana-Lafayette, 4-1, on Feb. 8.

Athens Regional All-Tournament Team
Most Outstanding Player- Dominique Lastrapes, Washington
1. Ashley Boek, Washington
2. Jessica Sallinger, Georgia Tech
3. Ashley Godfrey, Georgia
4. Brittney Green, Michigan State
5. Courtney Knight, Georgia
6. Elizabeth Peterson, Michigan State
7. Aisha Franke, UMASS
8. Jana James, Texas A&M
9. Aimee Minor, Washington
10. Soraya Reddick, Georgia Tech
11. Shannon McKeon, Georgia

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