BYU softball pitcher McKenna Bull was named a National Fastpitch Coaches Association Third Team All-American on Wednesday.
Bull broke BYU single-season records for shutouts (12) and ERA (1.37) and career records for wins (107) and strikeouts (978) this season.
She also set a record with 57.2 consecutive scoreless innings pitched during the Cougars’ 22-game winning streak.
Bull was named to the NFCA All-Pacific Region Third Team after being named WCC Pitcher of the Year. She was also on the All-WCC First Team and was the WCC Pitcher of the Week nine times
She was also on the All-WCC First Team and was the WCC Pitcher of the Week nine times this season.
BYU’s last All-American was Delaney Willard in 2012, who was a first-team selection.