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Coyote News

  • Lady Coyotes wrap up a Successful Season +

    Bob McKinley doesn’t like to take much time off during a basketball season, and the longer a season can last Read More
  • Coyotes narrowly miss Playoffs +

     For a second straight season, a few points separated the Weatherford College Coyotes from a berth in the NJCAA Region Read More
  • WC Baseball splits with Hill +

    The Weatherford College baseball team split with Hill College at Roger Williams Ballpark Saturday, losing the first game and winning Read More
  • WC Softball splits with No. 5 Temple +

    Weatherford College split with Temple College, the 5th-ranked team in NJCAA Division I softball, Saturday in Temple. Temple won the Read More
  • Lady Coyotes’ Season ends in Regional Semifinals +

    New Mexico Junior College defeated Weatherford College 81-78 in the semifinals of the Region V Women’s Basketball Tournament Friday night Read More
  • Sato brings Baseball Background to Coyote Softball Team +

    Only a sophomore in college, Kalina Sato has had to make some big adjustments a few times in her young Read More
  • Lady Coyotes win Regional Opener +

    The Weatherford College women’s basketball team advanced out of the first round of the Region V Tournament, beating Frank Phillips Read More
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Rackel, Perrin selected to All-America teams

WC sophomore softball pitcher Morgan Rackel earned second team All-American honors from the National Junior College Athletic Association this week.

13 - Morgan Rackel   
#13 - Morgan Rackel, 2017  

During the 2017 season, Rackel had 32 starts, 126 strikeouts and 24 walks. She had a 1.98 ERA and won 28 games for the Coyotes.

She is the fourth member of the Coyote softball team named an All-American by the NJCAA. The other three – Kortney Koroll, Kylee Studioso and Katy Vandewater – were all members of the 2013 team.

   23 - Macie Perrin#23 - Macie Perrin, 2017

Rackel was named conference Pitcher of the Week twice last season and has committed to play for Austin Peay State University in Tennessee.

She hopes to land a spot on the 2020 U.S. Olympic team and, perhaps, play professionally.

WC’s Macie Perrin was also selected as an outfielder to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s first team and second team All-American by Fastpitch News.

Perrin launched the eighth most home runs in the country with 22 and knocked in 86 runs. The sophomore hit .455 with 18 doubles, five triples, 59 runs scored and a .921 slugging percentage.