The pair was earlier named to the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference First Team as well as were ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District selections.
Wlosek, who was selected as the NEWMAC Player of the Year last season, had a stellar senior season behind the plate for the Pride. This season, in addition to setting the program's all-time record for career home runs, the Nutley, N.J. native had an astounding .484 batting average as she tallied 62 hits, including nine doubles and five round-trippers. With a slugging percentage of .672, Wlosek also knocked in 28 runs on the year.
In her final year for the Pride, Worrilow had a career-season as Springfield's everyday rightfielder. The smooth-swinging lefty has a .469 batting average as she has notched 61 hits and registered a team-best 32 RBI. A native of North Babylon, N.Y., she has scored 23 runs this season and was a staple in the outfield, owning a fielding percentage of .968, committing just two errors all year.