UBC’s Ogilvie honoured by A.I.I.

Lindsey Ogilvie earns All-Conference Second-Team honours

Lindsey Ogilvie is among four softball players from the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds to be honoured by the Association of Independent Institutions (AII).

Ogilvie, from Surrey, was named to the All-Conference Second Team as a utility player along with outfielder Katie Sherlock of Richmond. Shortstop Yasmin Bains and infielder Shayla Kaplen were First Team selections.

As a pitcher, Ogilvie had 12 complete games in 18 starts, with a 7-11 won-loss record with a 408 earned run average.

At the plate, she was the third-leading hitter on the Thunderbirds with a .369 average. She had three home runs, 19 runs batted in and a team-best 25 walks.

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