DeMilio finished the regular season ranked in the top five in the NEAC in batting average (.396), on-base percentage (.467) and slugging percentage at (.642). She had 42 hits, including 13 doubles, two triples and three home runs, along with 35 runs and 19 RBIs. DeMilio also went 11-for-12 in stolen-base attempts.
Junior DeZalia was among the league leaders in batting average (.384), on-base percentage (.440) and slugging percentage (.515). She had 38 hits, with 13 doubles, 20 runs and 21 RBIs.
Sophomore Lull batted .312 with eight doubles, one home run, 13 runs and 18 RBIs.
Freshman Wadsworth went 10-6 with a 3.12 ERA in the circle. She had four shutouts and a pair of no-hitters while leading the NEAC in strikeouts with 151 and in strikeouts per game at 11.17.
GOLFNAIA AII Championships
SUNY Delhi’s James Partridge had a three-round total of 230 strokes to finish 14-over-par for 18th place in the NAIA AII Championships, which ran Monday and Tuesday at the Victoria Country Club in Victoria, Texas.
Partridge followed an opening round of 78 with back-to-back 76s for the Broncos, who finished sixth in the eight-team championships with 937 strokes. Teammate Chris Braim contributed a 231 (78-78-75) to tie for 20th.
Vance Edwards of Houston-Victoria earned medalist honors with a 3-under 213 (72-70-71) for a two-stroke victory over Conner Kozak of British Columbia (75-71-69) and Adam Loran of California State-San Marcos (69-73-73).
California State-San Marcos won the team title at 874 strokes, seven ahead of British Columbia.