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Boesel and Maguire Named To All-Region Teams
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Boesel and Maguire Named To All-Region Teams

Second All-Region honor for highly-decorated duo

LOUISVILLE, Ky. —- South Carolina softball’s Mackenzie Boesel and Kenzi Maguire claimed spots on National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Southeast Region Teams, it was announced today. Boesel was selected to the second team while Maguire earned a spot on the third team.
This is the second All-Region honor for both after Boesel was named to the third team in 2017 and Maguire was picked to the second team in 2018.
Boesel finished her career in 2021 hitting .416 in 52 games with 154 at-bats. She posted 47 runs with 64 hits, 16 of which were doubles. She showed off her power with six home runs on her way to 37 RBI. She drew 35 walks and three hit by pitches to earn a .528 on-base percentage. She finished the season a perfect 8-for-8 on stolen bases.
In the South Carolina record book, Boesel finished with the most career walks, home runs, doubles, tied for the best on-base percentage, most assists as a second baseman, is a two-time All-SEC selection, a three-time Academic All-American and closed her scholarly career with a perfect 4.0 GPA throughout her five years in the classroom.
Maguire’s final season in the garnet and black was highlighted with a team-best .427 batting average in 52 games with 150 at-bats. She scored 55 runs with 64 hits, 13 of which were doubles. She finished with three triples and three home runs to go along with her 38 RBI and slugged .613. She drew 17 walks and 24 hit by pitches to achieve a .550 on-base percentage.
For Maguire, she finished with two All-SEC selections, the most hit by pitches for a career in school history, the most assists for a shortstop and is an Academic All-American.
The NFCA announced 380 student-athletes from 154 programs received 2021 NFCA Division I All-Region accolades.  
The awards honor softball student-athletes from the Association’s 10 regions with first, second and third-team selections. NFCA member head coaches from each respective region voted on the teams, and all student-athletes now become eligible for the 2021 NFCA Division I All-America squads. The Southeastern Conference’s 48 selections led the way for all conferences.

Conference players and pitchers of the year from member institutions are added to the third team if they were not already voted to an All-Region squad. In some instances, limited regional nominations prevent a position from being filled.

The 2021 NFCA Division I All-America teams will be announced on Wednesday, June 2.

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