Louisville Slugger/NFCA, Easton & ESPN.com All-Americans

Nicole Barber

2004 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team
2003 - NFCA Second Team
2002 - NFCA Second Team

Nicole Barber was a four-year letterman (2001-04) who earned four All-America and four All-SEC honors. A native of Oregon City, Ore., Barber finished her career as the NCAA's all-time leader for stolen bases (257), consecutive stolen bases (73) and consecutive errorless games played (219).

Jessica Doucette

2006 - Easton Second Team, NFCA Third Team

Doucette tallied Easton Second-Team and NFCA Third-Team honors after hitting .318 with 14 doubles, 11 home runs and 53 RBI in 2006. A native of El Segundo, Calif., Doucette posted 17 multi-hit and 16-multi RBI games in 2006. She also tallied four wins against top 25 teams.

Alisa Goler

2011 - Lowe's Senior CLASS First Team, NFCA Second Team
2010 - NFCA Second Team
2009 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team, ESPN.com

In 2009, Goler was a top 10 finalist for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award, and she set several school and Southeastern Conference records. She set school records for batting average (.455), slugging percentage (.994 - national leader), on-base percentage (.551), home runs (24), extra-base hits (41), runs-batted in (83), total bases (164), walk-to-strikeout ratio (6.00 - 36 walks/6 strikeouts) and "toughest to strikeout" (0.036 = 6 strikeouts/165 at-bats). She became just the second player in school history to lead in all of the "triple crown" categories - batting average, home runs and RBI. Jessi Cerra achieved the feat in both 1997 and 1998. In the SEC, Goler led the conference in home runs, RBI, total bases, slugging percentage and on-base percentage and was tied for the league lead in doubles (17). Her 83 RBI and .994 slugging percentage established new SEC records while her 24 home runs were one shy of the league record set by Alabama's Kelly Kretschman in 1998. Goler's on-base percentage was the seventh-best in league history, and her batting average was eighth best.

In 2010, Goler led the Bulldogs with a .755 slugging percentage and a single-season school record 55 walks. Goler also tied for the team lead with16 home runs while driving in 57 and scoring 43 runs. Additionally, Goler was second in on-base percentage at .534 and third in batting average at .377 while also stealing a personal-best 10 for 10 bases.

In 2011, Goler batted .305 with a team-best 16 home runs while driving in 55. A Top 25 Finalist for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Award, Goler also drew a school-record 64 walks, which ranked second-most in a season in SEC history. She was the 12 overall draft pick in the National Pro Fastpitch senior draft going to the Chicago Bandits.

Goler finished her four years holding nine UGA career records including home runs (58), RBI (236), walks (184), sacrifice flies (tied, 12), slugging percentage (.686), walk-to-strikeout ratio (3.54, toughest to strikeout (0.076 strikeouts per at-bat), games with multiple home runs (9) and grand slams (4). Goler's 184 career walks were also an SEC record and rank seventh most in NCAA history.

Michelle Green

2005 - NFCA Second Team, Easton Second Team
2003 - NFCA Second Team

Michelle Green (2002-05) concluded her career in 2005 at the top of the Georgia record books in several pitching categories. A native of Duluth, Ga., Green finished her Bulldog career as the school's all-time leader in wins (104), ERA (1.30), shutouts (47.5) and strikeouts (1,070).

Megan McAllister

2006 - Easton Second Team, NFCA Third Team

A two-time First-Team All-SEC selection, Megan McAllister (2004-07) garnered Easton Second Team and NFCA Third Team honors after hitting .350 with 16 doubles, 16 home runs and 64 RBI in 2006. A native of Carlsbad, Calif., McAllister turned in 17 multi-hit and 19 multi-RBI games in 2006.

Kellie Middleton

2007 - Easton Second Team
2006 - Easton First Team, NFCA Second Team

Middleton concluded her Bulldog career (2006-07) in 2007 with three All-America honors and two All-SEC honors. She was the team leader in batting average for both the 2006 and 2007 seasons. A native of Norcross, Ga., Middleton finished her career ranked second in school history in career batting average (.392) and on-base percentage (.471).

Taylor Schlopy

2011 - Lowe's Senior CLASS Second Team
2010 - NFCA Second Team, ESPN.com
2009 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team

In 2009, Schlopy attended the USA Softball National Team selection camp and was selected to represent USA Softball on the Japan Cup Team. For the Bulldogs, she led the team in runs scored (71), walks (38), hit-by-pitches (14) and stolen bases (21-of-22). Schlopy would have set school records for slugging percentage (.819) and on-base percentage (.550) had it not been for teammate Alisa Goler's record-setting campaign. Both of those totals for Schlopy ranked second in the SEC behind Goler. Schlopy's SEC leading 71 runs scored in 2009 ranks tied third best in school history while her 47 RBI were the league's 10th-best total. Her batting average of .406 is the eighth-best single-season mark in school history and was fifth best among the SEC in 2009. In the role of leader hitter, Schlopy batted .526, slugged 1.105 and reached base at a .686 clip.

In 2010, Schlopy was a top 25 finalist for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award, led the team in several offensive categories in 2010 including batting average (.418), on-base percentage (.566), runs scored (79), triples (5) and stolen bases (30). Schlopy's on-base percentage broke the previous single-season UGA record of .551 set by Goler in 2009 while her 79 runs scored also established a new single-season school record surpassing the previous mark of 78 set by Nicole Barber in 2003. Additionally, Schlopy would have set a new school record with 50 walks but was second on the team in that category behind Goler's 55. Schlopy also contributed 11 home runs and 33 RBI in 2010.

In 2011, Schlopy batted .294 with 13 home runs, 64 runs scored, 39 RBI and a team-best 19 stolen bases. She was the two overall draft pick in the National Pro Fastpitch senior draft going to the Akron Racers.

Schlopy finished her four years at UGA holding the career record for on-base percentage at .501 while also ranking in the top three in stolen bases with 91.

Kim Wendlend

2005 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team
2004 - NFCA First Team, Easton First Team
2002 - NFCA Third Team

Kim Wendland was a four-year letterman (2002-05) that earned five All-America and four All-SEC honors. A native of Rock Island, Ill., Wendlend was named the 2005 SEC Player of the Year after concluding her senior campaign with a .392 batting average with 15 home runs and 54 RBI.

Megan Wiggins

2011 - NFCA Second Team

In 2011, Wiggins led the Bulldogs with a .388 batting average, 81 hits, 71 runs scored, 23 doubles, five triples and 153 total bases while also providing 13 home runs and 17 stolen bases. Wiggins' 23 doubles set a single-season UGA record and were tied for the SEC record.

Wiggins became the first SEC player and just the 11th SEC player to reach 200 career runs and RBI finishing her four years with 203 runs and 203 RBI. She also finished UGA career with a school record 121 extra-base hits (61 doubles, 14 triples, 46 home runs).

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans

Kasi Carroll

2007 - ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team
2006 - ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team

Carroll posted a 94-29 record with a 1.68 ERA in 791.1 innings in her Bulldog career (2004-07). As a senior, Carroll went 29-10 with a 1.77 ERA in 245.1 innings. A three-time SEC Honor Roll selection, Carroll was named to ESPN The Magazine's Academic All-America First Team both in 2006 and 2007.

Katie Lewis

2005 - ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Second Team

Lewis concluded her Bulldog career (2002-05) in 2005 as the SEC's all-time leader with 136 sacrifices, including 34 as a senior that ranked first in the nation. In addition to being named an ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Second Team selection, Lewis was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll three times.

NSCA All-American

Rhonda Coffelt

1999 - NSCA All-America

Coffelt was a three-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs (1997-99) that earned All-America honors from the National Strength Coaches Association. As a senior in 1999, Coffelt was second on the team in innings pitched (156.1) and compiled a 2.42 ERA.

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