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All-Confernce Comets

Sarah Fisher

In her sophomore year at Palomar fisher is batting .471 with five home runs and 52 RBIs. The outfielder turned third basemen has a .523 on-base percentage while slugging .772 in her two seasons as a Comet earning her first-team honors.

Megan Wachholtz

Outfielder and catcher Wachholt earned a first-team spot with a .469 batting average with 38 RBIs. In her two years in a Comets uniform, she is slugging .578 with a .537 on-base percentage. This season she leads the team in walks with 20.

Kylie Pignone

Comets outfielder and power hitter Pignone has set the tone each game leading off with a .432 batting average. The sophomore out of San Clemente earned the first-team honor with a .481 on-base percentage and a .705 slugging percentage. In two years with Palomar, she has appeared in 81 games with a .441 average.

Allie Hughen

Pitcher and middle infielder Hughen has been dominate in the circle appearing in 22 games this season and 77 innings pitched. As a pitcher she has a total of 130 innings pitched in two years with a 0.70 ERA. As a hitter Hughen has a .364 batting average this season and a .392 career average earning her first team honors.

Kendall Kates
Freshman catcher and utility player Kates have played in 40 games so far batting a .414 with two home runs in her first year with Palomar. She has 30 RBIs and 5 stolen bases while slugging .569 and a .461 on-base percentage to earn a first team honor.

Samantha Renteria

The freshman utility player has earned first-team honors in her first year as a Comet batting with a .446 average with a .544 on-base percentage and a .651 slugging percentage.

Catalina Aguilar

Freshman pitcher for the Comets earned an all-conference second team honor with 121.2 innings pitched. She had a 17-2 record in regular season play leading the conference in strikeouts 119 in 28 appearances and had a 1087 ERA.

Rylee Penrod

First basemen out of Escondido High School has appeared in 41 games batting .350. Penrod has a .383 on-base percentage while slugging .615. Se has 43 RBIs with 2 stolen bases to earn her a place on the second all-conference team.

Taylor Riley

Riley earned an honorable mention batting .386 with 7 RBI and a stolen base. In her freshman season with the Comets, the outfielder has a .449 on-base percentage while slugging .477 in 26 games.

Audrey Braun

The sophomore pitcher from Poway High School appeared in 23 games this season with three complete games and two shutouts. Braun has 56 innings pitched with a 2.63 ERA and 41 strikeouts earning her an honorable mention

Antionette Robinson

Freshman shortstop Robinson, from Mt.Carmel High School, has appeared in 38 games this season. She has a .313 batting percentage with 12 RBIs and three stolen bases. In her first year in a Comets uniform, she earned her honorable mention with a .364 on-base percentage while slugging .375.

Cali Smith

In her freshman year at Palomar Smith is the only tennis player to the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference team. She was seated fourth in singles play.

Braden Olthoff

In his Palomar career, Olthoff has pitched a total of 105.1 innings with 68 of those coming this season. The right-hander earned a first-team honor a 6-1 record holding a 2015 ERA and 75 strikeouts. In his two years wearing a Comets uniform he started eight conference games holding a 3.08 ERA and 122 strikeouts.

Everhett Hazelwood

The sophomore right-hander had a breakout season this year with 64 innings pitched and a 3.38 ERA to capture a first-team honor. After two years with Palomar pitched in seven conference games with a total of 8802 innings pitched and 100 strikeouts averaging 10.15 strikeouts per nine innings.

Andrew Reitmeyer

Reliever for the Comets, reitmeyer appeared in 16 games this season. The right hander ended the year with a 1.13 ERA and 44 strikeouts earning a first team spot. In two year at Palomar he had a total of 51 strikeouts and a 0.82 ERA.

Noah Hemphill

The freshman outfielder from Las vegas earned a first team all conference honor with a .366 batting average and sevens stolen bases in 37 games played for the overall season Hemphill lead the team in hits with 52 and stolen bases. He ended his first season as a comet with a team leading .445 on base percentage and a .415 slugging percentage.

Justin Folz

The third baseman for the Comets ended his season with a .333 batting average with 19 RBIs and 5 stolen base in 34 games played.. His .442 on base percentage and .508 slugging percentage help him earn first team honors.

Evan Ianniciello

Freshman first basemen Ianniciello played in 35 games this season. He had a .326 batting average with 4 home runs and 46 RBIs. Ianniciello was tied for second on the team with 42 hits and led the team in doubles with 12 earning him an all conference honorable mention.

Trevor Omahen

On the season the freshman infielder held .313 batting average with 29 RBIs and 9 stolen bases in 36 games to get an honorable mention. Omahen is tied with Evan Ianniciello for second on the team in hits with 42 and had a.412 on base percentage with a .388 slugging percentage.


Jaisten Cabatbat

The freshman infielder out of Hawaii rounded out the All Conference honors with a .311 batting average in 32 games played this season for the Comets. He had a .400 on base percentage and a .367 slugging percentage to earn an honorable mention.

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