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Keystone’s Bowser Named Second-Team Softball All-America

Keystone's Natalie Bowser. Photo by Jim McConnell.

EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. – Keystone’s Natalie Bowser has been selected to the prestigious All-American softball team.

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The junior earned second-team All-America team honors, as a total of 60 players from across the country (30 first-team, 30 second-team) were named.

This is the second consecutive season Bowser has been honored by MaxPreps, as she was selected to the Underclass All-America team in 2021.

After hitting .766 with 14 home runs and 48 RBIs as a sophomore, Bowser put up another impressive season despite being consistently pitched around. She hit .629 in 2022 with 11 home runs, six doubles, 30 RBIs, 24 runs scored, and a 2.089 OPS. Her home runs and OPS both led District 9.

Bowser was one of just three players to be honored from Pennsylvania, as Beaver pitcher Peyton List was a first-team selection and Spring-Ford pitcher Jules Scogna, who was a second-team selection. List went 19-1 with an 0.49 ERA, with her only loss coming to Clearfield in the PIAA 4A semifinals.

The teams, which can be viewed here, were selected based on statistical information provided to MaxPreps, local honors, postseason success, and contributions to their team.

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