Southeastern Community College softball player Cameron Sharpe has been selected as a NJCAA Division II All-American player. Sharpe, who pitched and played first base for the Rams, was named to the third team as a utility player. She is SCC’s first softball player to receive All-American recognition.
Sharpe was a key player in Southeastern’s record-breaking, 33-win season in 2018. The sophomore from Laurinburg played first base and pitched for Coach Karlyn Stephens. As a pitcher, Sharpe earned a record of 13-2 with an ERA of 3.33. She pitched 107.1 innings, striking out 33 and walking just 18 batters.
At the plate, Sharpe carried a .339 batting average with an on-base percentage of .409. In 37 games she drove in 35 runs and cracked six home runs. Sharpe committed just one error in 133 total chances in the field.