Incorvaia and Mancino Receive All-Centennial Honors

Incorvaia and Mancino Receive All-Centennial Honors

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LANCASTER, Pa. – Two members of Franklin & Marshall’s softball team were named to the All-Centennial Conference Team when it was announced Thursday. Lauren Incorvaia (Manalapan, N.J./Saint John Vianney) was named to the league’s First Team and Jessika Mancino (Lancaster, Pa./Hempfield) received Honorable Mention.

Lauren Incorvaia became the 12th player to earn first-team All-Centennial honor three times, receiving the honor in 2006 and 2007. Incorvaia was ridiculous from the plate this season, leading the conference in five statistical categories. She posted a .432 batting average, .748 slugging percentage and had a .515 on base percentage. She belted nine home runs and picked up 32 total bases. Incorvaia ranked third in runs scored with 32 and second in RBIs with 34.

Incorvaia made her mark in F&M’s record book as well. She has the third highest batting average (.384), second highest slugging percentage (.587) and the most hits (157). She is the all-time leader in homeruns, blasting 15 in her career and third in RBIs, knocking in 83.

Jessika Mancino earned her first All-Centennial honor. She led the conference with 16 stolen bases. Mancino scored 30 runs and produce 47 hits in conference placing her fourth in both categories. She finished the season with a .379 batting average, starting in all 36 games.

Mancino is second only to Incorvaia in most games played at F&M, appearing in 134. She produced 122 hits in her career ranking her fourth and scored 72 runs, which puts her in the 10th spot. Mancino stole 49 bases as a Diplomat and currently sits in the sixth position in the F&M record book.

The Diplomats ended the year 16-20 overall, 4-12 in conference play.