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The Maryland softball program has two All-Americans on its all-time roster in Kelly Shipman and Amber Jackson.
Shipman, a pitcher, holds school records in every pitching category, was named an NFCA All-American in 1999. In her freshman year, she helped the Terrapins lead the NCAA in ERA (0.82) and was second in the NCAA in ERA (0.51). She was a first team All-Region selection by the NFCA in all four years of her career. Shipman was named ACC Rookie of the Year in 1996 and ACC Player of the Year in 1999.
Jackson will go down as one of the most powerful hitters in school history. A 1997 NFCA All American, she was also named to the ACC’s First Team that year. She was tied for most home runs per game (0.41) and hit 24 on the year. She averaged .408 for that season, which is still a school record.