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Kilfoyl and Wang of Cowgirl Softball receive CSC Academic All-America Honors

STILL WATER – Oklahoma State Softball Lexi Kilfoyl And Caroline Wang have both been recognized as College Sport Communicators (CSC) first-team Academic All-Americans, the organization announced today.

Oklahoma State now has 118 Academic All-Americans in school history, including four so far this academic year. Over the past eight seasons, OSU has had 51 selections, including 22 first-team honorable mentions.

The duo gives the Cowgirls their ninth and tene first-team selections in program history, bringing the program total to 22 Academic All-Americans. This is also only the second time Cowgirl Softball has had multiple first-team selections, with the first coming in the 1991 season.

Kilfoyl and Wang are the 11e and 12e Cowgirls have been named both All-Americans and Academic All-Americans in the same season, 10 of them in the Gajewski era.

This marks the fourth consecutive year that Cowgirl Softball has had multiple Academic All-Americans, and the fifth season in program history (1991).

OSU is one of only two schools (with Duke being the other) to have multiple student-athletes named to the first team this year.

This marks the first time Cowgirl has earned Academic All-America honors in their respective careers.

For more information about Cowgirl Softball, visit okstate.com and follow @CowgirlSB on X and @osusoftball on Instagram.