PROVIDENCE, RI – For three years Ally Mishol has been the model of what it means to be a student-athlete as she excelled both in the classroom and on the field at Johnson & Wales University. She was recognized for her academic success with a spot on the Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-District II Softball squad.
Majoring in sports, entertainment and event management, she has a 3.92 grade point average. Mishol is now eligible for Academic All-America consideration.
It's the third year in a row the Johnson & Wales softball team has had an academic all-district honoree. Mishol is one of three student-athletes from the GNAC to make one of the all-district teams.
Mishol finished her career with her best season. She hit .310 with a .563 slugging percentage that was 12th in the GNAC. A native of Longmeadow, Mass., she belted a career-high seven home runs which ranked second in the league. She was also among the league leaders in doubles and total bases. Mishol had a seven-game hitting streak and 15-game on-base streak.
Her seven home runs rate Mishol sixth on the JWU single-season chart. She moved into the Wildcats' all-time top 10 in home runs, doubles, stolen bases and walks.
At the annual athletics banquet, she was honored with the Ron Bachman Award for academics, athletics, and leadership which is presented to the outstanding female and male senior-athlete who has excelled both academically and athletically while demonstrating outstanding leadership on and off the field.
Since transferring to JWU from Western New England University after her freshman year, Mishol has been a two-sport athlete. On the basketball court, she finished her career with 844 points and 465 rebounds.