George Washington softball junior Carlee Gray and senior Victoria Valos have been named to College Sports Madness' Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team.
The Colonials' batting leader with a .369 average, Gray started 46 games at first base for the Buff and Blue in 2015, committing just two errors on the season. The co-captain ranked second on the team in RBIs (23), hits (48), slugging percentage (.508) and on-base percentage (.487). Gray legged out four triples on the season, good for second in the conference, and ranked eighth in the A-10 in on-base percentage. Gray earned All-Academic honors from the conference for her strong performance on the field and stellar work in the classroom.
Valos' .358 average put the shortstop second on the squad, and the three-time co-captain led GW in RBIs (42), home runs (8), slugging percentage (.658), on-base percentage (.487) and walks (32). Valos will graduate as GW's all-time leader in career hits (206), runs scored (139), doubles (51), home runs (36), RBIs (170), extra-base hits (91), total bases (373), slugging percentage (.629), on-base percentage (.433), at-bats (593) and games started (199).