Webb had a sensational first-year for Springfield, putting together one of the finest offensive seasons in program history. She set a new single-season record with 47 RBI and batted a team-best .417. Her 65 hits were the third-most ever in a season, while her doubles (17) and home runs (7) were both tied for the sixth-most in a season. The Harrison, N.Y. product also had a slugging percentage of .673 and an on-base percentage of .462.
Blake capped off her tremendous career with another standout year with her second-straight NFCA second-team honor. The four-time New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference First Team selection, hit .384 this season, while totaling 26 RBI off 63 hits. In addition to be named the NEWMAC Championship Most Outstanding Player, the Watertown, Conn. native set the program's career record for doubles (63) and runs scored (157).
Hailing from Trumbull, Conn., Joyce was selected as an all-region selection for the third-consecutive year after another great season for Springfield. She totaled a .352 batting average while totaling seven home runs and 34 RBI. She finished the season with 51 hits en route to a .572 slugging percentage as she started all 48 games.
Leading the Springfield pitching unit, Joseph had a breakout junior season to earn her first-ever all-region honor. The Stamford, Conn. native registered a 17-7 record while appearing in 29 games, with an earned run average of 1.87. In 145.2 innings, she fanned 156 and limited her opponents to a .223 batting average.