Thirteen Knights Named NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes

ORLANDO, Fla. ( – Thirteen Knights earned the NFCA's All-America Scholar Athlete award in recognition for their excellence in the classroom as well as on the field, the organization announced last week.

To be eligible for the NFCA's All-America Scholar Athlete award, athletes must maintain a GPA of at least 3.5 over the full academic year, including throughout the heart of the season.

Alicia Tomberlin led the charge with a 3.975 GPA while 2019 graduate Erin Emanuel and senior Alea White followed closely behind with 3.969 and 3.719 GPAs, respectively.

In total, there were 1,769 student-athletes recognized throughout Division I softball.
The Knights continue their fall slate on Friday with a 6 p.m. start against the College of Central Florida.

The Knights' 2020 season is right around the corner, with the full spring schedule coming soon.

In the meantime, stay tuned to UCF Softball on Facebook (/UCFSoftball), Twitter (@UCF_Softball) and Instagram (@UCF.Softball) for the latest on the UCF softball team.

The full list of Knights that received NFCA's All-America Scholar Athlete honors is as follows:

Name; GPA
Alea White; 3.719
Alicia Tomberlin; 3.975
Aubrey Johnson; 3.626
Breanna Vasquez; 3.517
Brooke Barlow; 3.525
Cassady Brewer; 3.525
Erin Emanuel; 3.969
Jazmine Esparza; 3.607
Kaitlyn Jensen; 3.501
Kendyl Lange; 3.650
Kyra Klarkowski; 3.503
Tamesha Glover; 3.635
Tera Testa; 3.592