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Mazon, Hammoude Named All-Americans

Jun 2, 2022

CORVALLIS – Oregon State superstars Mariah Mazon and Frankie Hammoude have both been named All-Americans, by Softball America, the site announced Thursday morning. Mazon made the All-America First Team, while Hammoude made the Third Team.
A threat both in the circle and in the batters' box, Mazon set the Oregon State career strikeouts record Friday at Stanford in the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament, surpassing OSU legend Brianne McGowan in the record books. The record holder now has 861 strikeouts and counting. Mazon has amassed 17 wins and three saves in 35 appearances this season, and has 220 strikeouts on the campaign – the fifth-best total in program history. She has a stellar 2.18 ERA over the course of the postseason, and allowed just one earned run in nine and two-thirds innings of work during last weekend's Super Regional.
At the plate, Mazon is hitting .366 on the season and slugging .786. She has 12 homers on the year to go with a team-high 40 RBI and 31 runs scored. She has three home runs and eight RBI in Oregon State's seven postseason games.
A back-to-back first team All-Pac-12 honoree, Hammoude is the team leader in walks with 37 and home runs with 15. She has amassed a total of 39 RBI on the year, and is hitting .386 with a slugging percentage of 752.
An NFCA All-Region selection, Hammoude is second in Oregon State history with 43 home runs. She is hitting .353 in the postseason, and has a pair of dingers during the NCAA Tournament.
OSU is headed to the Women's College World Series this week for the second time in program history and the first time since the 2006 campaign. The Beavers will open their run in Oklahoma City on Thursday when they face Florida at 4 p.m. PT.
Oregon State advanced to the WCWS by virtue of sweeping the first two games of a three-game series vs. Stanford in the Super Regional round this weekend. The Beavers advanced to Supers by winning the Knoxville Regional.
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