May 14, 2003
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The Pacific Coast Softball Conference announced its All-PCSC teams this afternoon, recognizing three Broncos. Junior pitcher Jaime Forman-Lau was a first-team selection, while senior first baseman Tracie Hall and sophomore third baseman Vanessa Werner received second-team recognition.
Forman-Lau, of San Jose's Archbishop Mitty High School, is a seven-time PCSC Pitcher of the Week winner, and led the conference with 112 strikeouts in 94.0 innings pitched through 14 appearances. PCSC opponents hit only .123 against Forman-Lau, as she boasted a 0.89 ERA in conference play. She was named PCSC Pitcher of the Year on Monday.
Hall, from Simi Valley, started all 54 games in which she played, registering 36 hits and a season record six home runs. She drove in 24 runs and posted a .226 batting average. A starter at short stop last season, Hall transitioned successfully to her new position and led the team in putouts with 398.
Head coach Marcy Crouch was named the league's Coach of the Year earlier this week. She led the Broncos to a second-place finish in the inaugural year of the PCSC. In her fourth year at the helm of the SCU program, Crouch guided the team through a milestone season, posting a record 30 victories, more than any other Bronco squad in the 25-year history of the program, and setting numerous season marks in the process.