May 6, 2010
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State softball star Carly Wynn has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III Softball Team, CoSIDA officials announced Thursday.
Wynn, a three-time team captain and recent graduate for the Seminoles, boasts a 3.86 grade-point average as a psychology major at FSU.
Thursday’s announcement marks the third season in which the Sharpsburg, Ga. native has been recognized by CoSIDA and ESPN The Magazine for her work in the classroom. Wynn was a Third-Team Academic All-America selection last year and in 2008 was a first-team selection.
She is also a three-time selection to the Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll and has been named to the ACC All-Academic Softball in each of her previous three seasons.
Statistically, Wynn will enter next week’s ACC Championship in Blacksburg, Va. as the ‘Noles’ leader in batting average, runs scored, doubles, triples, hits, total bases, slugging percentage, walks, on-base percentage and stolen bases.
Wynn’s first-team honor automatically qualifies her for nomination for the Academic All-America Softball Team, which will be announced by CoSIDA on May 26.