|Western Texas||11-13||.458||14-25||.359||10.0||5-7||7-9||2-9||Lost 6|
|El Paso||7-17||.292||15-38||.283||14.0||5-15||5-11||5-12||Lost 1|
|Frank Phillips||4-20||.167||10-35||.222||17.0||3-17||7-14||0-4||Lost 2|
The Western Junior College Athletic Conference recently announced their All-Conference softball teams for the 2014 season. Following a sweep through the conference tournament as well as helping lead her team to the regular season championship, Janessa Flynn of Odessa College was named the league's Most Valuable Player.
Flynn and the Lady Wranglers will participate in the NJCAA National Tournament in St. George, Utah May 14-17.
The complete All-Conference team can be viewed by clicking the 'read more' button.
Thanks to Alana Rowland of Odessa College for this report
Odessa College head softball coach, Joel Prickett, celebrated a coaching milestone Friday evening after his 2014 team earned him his 500th career win. The #1 seeded Odessa College Wranglers took on the #5 seeded Clarendon College Bulldogs in the Region V West Softball Tournament being played at Texas Tech University. The Wranglers won the game in five innings, with a score of 14-1.
UPDATE: Congratulations to Odessa College and North Central Texas College for qualifying to the NJCAA National Softball Tournament held May 14-17 in St. George, Utah! Odessa College swept through the Region 5 West Tournament without a loss that culminated in a 9-1 victory over No. 2 seed Howard on Sunday. NCTC, meanwhile, had to overcome a 2-0 loss to Temple during game seven but bounced back to win three straight that included back-to-back victories over Temple to claim the championship.
Good luck to both Region 5 teams as they compete for the NJCAA Softball championship!
The regular season has come to an end and it is now time for both the Region 5 North and West Softball tournaments scheduled May 2-4.
The top six teams from the Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) will play at Texas Tech University while the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference (NTJCAC) tournament will be held at LeTourneau University in Longview.
North Central Texas College first baseman Molly Davison has been named the OC Sports NJCAA National Softball Player of the Week for her performances in games played from March 31 to April 6.