PAINESVILLE, OHIO – Lake Erie College had a pair of seniors, catcher/infielder Megan Foley (Brunswick, Ohio/Brunswick) and infielder Ali Heming (Cincinnati, Ohio/Turpin) earn All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference honorable mention in an announcement made by the conference office.
Foley will leave Lake Erie as one of the most accomplished hitters in program history. A catcher and infielder, Foley is Lake Erie's all-time leader in career batting average with a .373 mark. The Brunswick, Ohio native is also second in LEC history in doubles (36), home runs (21) and hits (149). This season, Foley played in and started 44 games and hit .339 with team-highs of six home runs, eight doubles and 19 runs batted in.
Heming was a four-year as a part or full-time starter at catcher, first base and third base with 108 career starts. She is a highly accomplished student and was named to the Capital One Academic All-District IV First Team in 2011. This season, Heming played in 34 games with 27 starts and hit .203 while drawing six walks.
Lake Erie finished 5-44 overall and 2-28 in GLIAC play in its second season in the conference.