The three All-Region selections is the most Spartan picks since placing four on the All-Region team in 2008, and MSU has multiple first-teamers for the first time since 2003, when four Spartans earned All-Region honors (Jessica Beech, Natalie Furrow, Brittney Green, and Sandy Lewis).
Wallace is the third catcher in program history to be chosen on the first team and the 17th selection overall.
Five members of the 14th-ranked Louisiana Ragin' Cajun softball team have been named to the 2017 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division I All-Central Region Team.
Carlee Wallace was selected First Team All-Southeast Region, while Kaylee Carlson and Kasey Cooper earned Second Team All-Southeast Region accolades.
Blanco, a NFCA All-America first team selection past year as a first baseman, earned all-region honors as a utility player this season - her first as a regular member of the Wolverines' pitching rotation.
Stewart ends her career as a back-to-back all-region pick (first team in 2016), while Comeaux garners her first career selection. She leads the Big 12 in ERA, strikeouts, strikeouts per seven innings (9.1) and walks per seven innings (1.23).
Clifton made the All-Region First Team for the second time in as many seasons. She continues to be a reliable source of power and run production, reaching double digit home runs (18) and generating 40-plus RBI (53) for a third straight season.
Fresh off being named First Team All-Sun Belt, the sophomore from Redmond, Wash., completed the season as the Sun Belt Conference's leading hitter with a.406 batting average. Eveland leads the team and ranks fifth in the Big Ten with a.414 average, ranks sixth in slugging (.725) and sixth in on-base percentage (.503). Her 67 hits on the season placed her fourth in the conference while her 35 stolen bases were second.
Romero has started all but one game this year at third base and leads the squad with 66 hits, 109 total bases, 19 multi-hit games and 16 multi-RBI efforts.
NFCA member coaches from each respective region voted on the teams.
Comeaux, an All-Sun Belt Conference selection, is hitting a.351 with 10 homers and 47 RBI's in her first year as a starter.