Stackhouse chosen to USA South Athletic All-Conference

Posted 5/3/19

GREENSBORO — Former Jordan-Matthews standout Hannah Stackhouse just completed an outstanding sophomore campaign for the Greensboro College softball team.

And now she has the hardware to prove …

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Stackhouse chosen to USA South Athletic All-Conference

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GREENSBORO — Former Jordan-Matthews standout Hannah Stackhouse just completed an outstanding sophomore campaign for the Greensboro College softball team.

And now she has the hardware to prove it.

Stackhouse helped the Lady Pride improve to a 25-16 campaign in 2019 with a 9-7 league mark from a 16-22 mark overall and 6-10 record a year before.

Greensboro College closed by dropping a 2-1 best-of-3 series to Salem College in Winston Salem to just miss an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III playoffs.

Stackhouse did her part in the series, going 4-for-9 with two doubles, three RBI and a stolen base including a 2-for-3 performance with an RBI-double and an RBI-single in a 2-1 victory in game one. The Siler City native went 2-for-4 with an RBI-double and stolen base in the game two 3-2 loss before Salem won the series with a 7-0 triumph in game three.

Greensboro College placed five individuals on the USA South Athletic Conference postseason teams. Stackhouse, who was an at-large selection to the second-team, posted a .337 batting average with 21 RBIs.

Allyson Loy was named to the first-team All-East Division and All-Conference teams, while Maddy Wetherholt, and Jasmine Worthy also earned second-team All-East Division accolades.

Loy ranked second on the Pride roster with a .373 batting average while recording seven RBIs with two doubles and two triples. Additionally, Loy batted .442 in conference play and recorded 11 stolen bases in 12 attempts.

Wetherholt paced the Greensboro pitching staff with a 13-5 record to go along with at 2.47 ERA in 119 innings pitched while Worthy posted a .319 average to go along with a team-leading 23 stolen bases.

Daisy Martin was named to the All-Sportsmanship team.

Stackhouse is the daughter of Robin and Charles Stackhouse of Siler City.

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