Marisa Datko and Jolene Schaefer received their awards for being named to the Commissioner's List.
Sandra Mendoza is second in UTA single-season history with 50 runs, behind teammate Nina Villanueva.
The Mavs and Ragin' Cajuns conclude the three-game series on Saturday with a doubleheader on ESPN3.
Mya Anderson had three hits and four RBI to lead the Mavericks on Thursday.
Shelbi Sikes had a team-high eight RBI in two games, notching a career-high six in the first game.
- Made 10 appearances at pitcher
- Recorded one win against Prairie View A&M
- Had a 7.16 era
- Threw 14.2 innings, tallying 10 strikeouts
- Made 17 appearances with 5 starts
- Finished with a 7.51 ERA and a 1-6 record overall
- Struck out 9
- Sun Belt Conference Honor Roll
- Attended The Oakridge School
- Four-year letterwinner in softball
- A three-year letterwinner in volleyball and a two-year letterwinner in soccer
- Named Female Athlete of the Year all four years in high school
- Softball MVP freshman through senior year
- Two-time volleyball MVP
- Winner of the Craig Allen Voss Scholarship
- Born September 2, 1993
- Daughter of Michael and Sundae May
- Has one brother, Justin
- Kinesiology major at UT Arlington
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