This is the first All-NCAC selection for both players.
Hoy put together her best season as a Terrier, hitting .281 and finishing tied for third on the team with 27 hits. In addition, she also ranked third on the squad in RBI’s (14) and runs scored (13).
Garland started 17 games on the mound, posting five wins, firing 16 complete games and striking out 56 batters. Garland currently ranks third all-time in innings pitched (375.0), third in games pitched (81) and fourth in strikeouts (167).
Garland also led the team with a career-best .352 batting average and was second on Hiram with 17 RBI’s.
Hiram posted a 9-23 overall record in 2015 with a 5-11 mark in the NCAC.