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Three Cowgirls earn NFCA All-American awards

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Alysen Febrey at first base for the Cowgirls.

On Wednesday, three Oklahoma State Cowgirls were awarded National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-American honors. 

First baseman Alysen Febrey earned first team honors, batting .409 with 18 home runs. This is back-to-back seasons Febrey has earned an All-American award, earning a first team nomination in the COVID-19 shortened 2020 season. 

Pitcher Carrie Eberle earned a second team honor, also back-to-back years she has earned this. 

Eberle has been the ace on the Cowgirls pitching staff, amassing a 1.41 ERA and 153 strikeouts - leading the team in both categories. 

Designated player Hayley Busby earned a third team honor, batting .389 with 19 home runs in her second season with the Cowgirls. 

Each Cowgirl who received honors is a transfer - Febrey left Georgia, Eberle left Virginia Tech and Busby left Virginia. 

These three bring the Cowgirls all-time All-American list to 42, with 11 coming during coach Kenny Gajewski's tenure. 

Febrey and Eberle join the list of Cowgirls with multiple All-American honors, bringing the count to eight. 

Jamie Foutch, Vanessa Shippy, Shari Johnson, Michele Smith, Melanie Roche and Kim Ward are also on the all-time list.