The National Fastpitch Coaches' Association announced the 2014 All-America team and three of Auburn's best made it on the list.
Branndi Melero, Kasey Cooper and Emily Carosone are Auburn's top three hitters and all three were name to the All-America squad.
This is the second award of the week for Dothan native Kasey Cooper. The freshman was named NFCA's Co-Freshman of the Year on Tuesday. Cooper now hold's Auburn's home run record with 18 in her freshman season. Her 77 RBI's and 70 runs scored earned her a spot on the second team.
Melero was the only Tiger named to the first team. Melero hit .404 on the season with 15 homeruns.
Carosone rounded out the selections on the third team with a .560 on base percentage.
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