Hughes captured her first All-OAC honor after leading the Muskies at the plate batting .403 with a team-best 52 hits, 27 runs, 10 doubles and four triples. She appeared in all 40 games this season recording a team-leading 17 stolen bases, which ranked fifth in the OAC.
Dotson appeared in 32 games, making 20 starts in the circle. The senior led Muskingum during the year with a team-best 2.85 ERA with seven wins and a career-best 62 strikeouts en route to garnering her first All-OAC accolade. At the plate, Dotson recorded 13 hits, six RBI's and hit one home run.
Eberling earned her first All-OAC honor after making 28 appearances for the Muskies and posting a 2.96 ERA with six wins and 37 strikeouts. At the plate, she notched a conference-best six home runs with 24 hits, 15 runs, seven doubles and 14 RBI's. She concluded the season hitting .343 with a team-best slugging percentage of .700.
All-OAC accolades and awards are voted on by league coaches.