KATIE WARRICK P, Forrest, Sr.
Why chosen: The Lady Rocket ace led her team to the Class A championship with a record of 32-3 and a 1.81 ERA pitching, winning all four of her team’s tournament games and finishing the season batting .594 with 14 home runs.
LIBBY SUGG C, Franklin, Sr.
Why chosen: The BYU commitment shared District 11-AAA co-MVP honors with Dickson County’s Brooklin Lee, batting .571 with three homers, 20 RBIs and 42 walks.
KATIE EAKES INF, Wilson Central, Jr.
Why chosen: Eakes helped lead the Lady Wildcats to their first Class AAA championship, driving in a team-high 57 runs while batting .546 with four home runs.
VERONICA WESTFALL INF, Siegel, Jr.
Why chosen: The District 7-AAA Pitcher of the Year led her team to the state tournament, falling to eventual champion Wilson Central and runner-up Dickson County. Westfall batted .403 with seven homers and 43 RBIs while totaling 324 strikeouts with a 30-6 record and 1.37 ERA.
COURTNEY MILES INF, Friendship Christian, Jr.
Why chosen: The 2015 Division II Miss Softball and DII East/Middle District 1 MVP helped lead the Lady Commanders their first state title, batting .537 with 10 home runs and 55 RBIs.
JENNA BURNETT INF, Ezell-Harding, Sr.
Why chosen: The Roane State commitment helped lead the Lady Eagles back to the state tournament with a team-high 56 RBIs and eight home runs while batting .522 and finishing with 16 stolen bases, picking up all-district and all-region honors.
MAKRAY ODOM OF, Dickson Co., Jr.
Why chosen: Odom had a state-record 14 hits in the state tournament and helped lead the Cougars to a runner-up finish, batting .551 with seven home runs and 42 RBIs while striking out only two times in 50 games.
ALICIA VELTRI OF, Northeast, So.
Why chosen: The District 10-AAA most outstanding player batted .511 with 34 RBIs, 30 runs and seven home runs while finishing 11-8 with an opponent batting average of .181 and 122 strikeouts in 112 innings.
BRIAR MAYES OF, Forrest, Sr.
Why chosen: Mays led the Lady Rockets to the Class A title, hitting leadoff and batting .532, knocking in 29 runs and stealing 46 bases in 46 attempts.
MORGAN POWELL UTIL, Wilson Central, Sr.
Why chosen: Powell helped the Lady Wildcats capture their first state title, going 21-0 with a 1.64 ERA and 133 strikeouts while batting .404 with 50 RBIs and six home runs.
P: Brianna Jones, Coffee Co., Sr.
P: Kaylee Caplinger, DeKalb Co., So.
C: Haley Bearden, Clarksville, Sr.
INF: Kaylan Graham, Nashville Chr., Sr.
INF: Anna Grace Fox, Zion Chr., 8th
INF: Savannah Carr, Davidson Acad., Sr.
INF: Caitlin Turner, Greenbrier, So.
OF: Tassy Lyles, Columbia, So.
OF: Baylee Cook, Shelbyville, Sr.
OF: Joanna Lyle, Tullahoma, Sr.
UTIL: Savannah Sanders,. Mt. Juliet, Sr.