GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO)-- Courtney Maihi was first named a RMAC All-Conference, then All-Region. Now, Maihi can call herself an All-American.
Maihi, the New Zealand native, was the one of two RMAC players named to the Easton Non-Division I All-America team on Monday.
Maihi led the Lady Mavericks in batting average (.444), OBP (.534), wins (13), innings pitched (168.0), and homeruns (15), all while ranking second in the entire D-II softball ranks with 68 RBI.
Maihi was a redshirt-junior in 2012, her first season with the Mavs.
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