2011 Preseason All-Southern Conference First Team
Freshman season (2010)
Earned second-team All-Southern Conference honors and was a SoCon All-Freshman pick … was named to the SoCon Championship All-Tournament Team … named to the North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association All-State Team … appeared in 52 games with 47 starts … had 42 starts at designated player, three at first base and two at third base … hit .326 with six doubles, a triple, six home runs and 21 RBI … scored 23 runs and drew 16 walks … was second on the team in average, on-base percentage (.409) and home runs … third in runs, hits (44), total bases (70) and slugging percentage (.519) … had 12 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games … turned in a nine-game hitting streak from April 17-27, hitting .519 (14-for-27) over that span … had three three-hit games, doing so against NC State (3/25), Western Carolina (4/18) and Chattanooga (5/13) … her 3-for-4 effort against the top-seeded Lady Mocs in the SoCon tournament included a grand slam that sent UNCG to the 4-1 win … hit .429 in four SoCon tourney games … her two-run homer against Chattanooga on May 1 accounted for UNCG’s lone hit in the game … had a double, triple and three RBI against Marshall on March 24 … hit a solo homer against Niagara on Feb. 28 for her first career home run … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the fall semester.
Four-time All-Southern Maryland Athletic Conference performer for coach Robert Radford at Northern High School in Owings, Md. … was named the 2009 Player of the Year by both The (Southern Maryland) Recorder and The Calvert Independent … was a three-time Washington Post All-Extra … also took All-Metropolitan Md., D.C. and Va. honors from the Washington Post in 2009 … Maryland’s fourth-leading home run hitter of all-time … led the SMAC in home runs in 2009 … helped Northern to three straight conference and regional titles and state 3A championships in 2008 and 2009 … also played two years of basketball at Northern … played club softball for the Bayside Blues for nine years, helping coach Mike Kriner’s team qualify for the ASA Class A Nationals with just eight players.
Eileen Elizabeth Horsmon ... born March 20, 1991, in Laurel, Md. ... daughter of Edward and Kathy Horsmon … has an older sister, Allison ... her father played football for Towson … majoring in criminology.