IOWA CITY, Iowa – University of Iowa senior pitcher Allison Doocy was named second-team All-Region, the National Fastpitch Coaches Association announced on Thursday.
Doocy, a native of Ankeny, Iowa, pitched 108.1 innings over 22 games and had an ERA of 2.00. Doocy was 11-5 with two saves. She struck out 109 batters while only walking 27. Doocy threw 11 complete games with four shutouts.
Doocy is ranked eighth in Iowa career pitching appearances (134) and tied for eighth in career complete games (75). She ranks sixth in career strikeouts (730) and is only the sixth Hawkeye to reach 700 strikeouts.
On May 2, she threw the 18th no hitter in program history.
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“Allison has forever left her mark on this program,” said head coach Renee Gillispie. “She has left her name all over the Iowa record books and is an all-around great teammate and leader. Allison exemplifies what it means to be an Iowa Hawkeye.”
Doocy is the first Hawkeye to receive NFCA second team All-Region honors since Megan Blank in 2014.