AUSTIN, Texas- Now a Harvard graduate, Katie Duncan earned 2019 Google Cloud Academic All-America third team honors as selected by members of CoSIDA for her performance during the 2019 season. This marks the program's and Duncan's first All-America recipient since 2012's Jane Alexander '12 and third overall.
In her final season, the graduate with a degree in psychology maintained a 3.92 GPA while pitching a 17-7 overall record and 13-2 in Ancient Eight play with a 2.83 ERA and 107 strikeouts. Throughout her four years with the Crimson, the two-time Ivy League Pitcher of the Year has collected numerous accolades including Google Cloud Academic All-District first team, All-Ivy League first and second team, Ivy League Pitcher of the Week and NFCA Northeast Region second and third team. Additionally, the Allendale, New Jersey native ranks amongst the program's top-15 in career lowest opponent batting average, career strikeouts, career wins, career appearances, career starts, career complete games and career innings pitched, and multi-season records, while the sole leader in career saves at 10.
The 2019 Google Cloud Academic All-America Division I Softball Teams feature 21 members with a 4.0 GPA and 31 members with at least a 3.90 GPA as either undergraduate or graduate student-athletes.