With the Women’s College World Series complete, the final 2013 softball statistics have been released and junior All-American Stephanie Pasquale (Pompton Lakes, N.J./Pompton Lakes) has finished the season leading the country in two statistical categories, while the catcher sits in the top 10 of two others. The final stats were released by the NCAA on Wednesday, June 5.

In addition to Pasquale, classmate Sarah Prezioso (Bloomfield, N.J./Bloomfield) is in the top 10 of one category and the team sits in the top 20 of four.

With just three strikeouts in 187 at bats this year, Pasquale, who just last week was named the first All-American in Temple softball history, was the toughest player in the country to strikeout. It is the third year in a row she was nationally ranked in the category as she has only struck out 15 times in 460 career at bats. In addition, thanks to a Temple and Atlantic 10 single-season record 80 RBI, Pasquale finished the year tied with Oklahoma’s Lauren Chamberlain for the most RBI per game with 1.38. The slugger also finished the year fifth in the nation in batting average (.465) and ninth in doubles per game (0.36).

Prezioso, who also had an impressive offensive campaign, ended the year ranked seventh in the nation in runs per game with 1.12. The shortstop set a Temple and A-10 record this season, crossing the plate 65 times.

As a team, the Owls clubbed a school and conference single-season record 94 homeruns on the year, a number that led the country at the conclusion of the regular season. The squad finished the year second in the nation with 1.62 dingers per game. The team power is also evident with a sixth place ranking in slugging percentage (.537) and 14th in scoring (6.17). The Cherry & White proved they could play defense as well, finishing 2013 with 0.45 double plays per game, good for 15th in the country.