Lacy Gregory was named to the National Fast pitch Coaches Association All-Region Team after helping UNT conquer their first conference USA Co-Championship.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by the NFCA,” Gregory told reporters. “I’m thankful for my coaches and teammates, after changing positions it had it’s challenges.”
Gregory hit .319 and started in every game this season, while leading the Mean Green in slugging percentage at .625.
She also recorded forty runs batted in, and a career high thirty-one walks, while making history becoming the first player in program history to record four hits and two home runs in a single game. According to UNT Athletics records she is the first Mean Green to land on the NFCA All-Region team since Kelli Schkade in 2017, and just the third Mean Green ever.
UNT finished with a winning season and a 35-19, overall record. It was also the first time since the 1977-78 season that all eight UNT sponsored programs that has a win-loss record finished with a winning season.