The college softball All American teams were announced on Wednesday and it included two members of Oklahoma's World Series bound club.
Infielder Shelby Pendley, who was a second-team selection a year ago, was named to the first-team in 2014 and Lauren Chamberlain, who only played in 32 games due to injury, was named to the third-team.
Pendley started all 61 games for Oklahoma this season and is batting a career-best .429 with 17 home runs and 74 RBI. So far in the postseason she is batting .611 with 11 RBI and 4 home runs.
A year after being one of three finalists for the USA College Softball Player of the Year, Chamberlain missed at total of 25 games with back and knee injuries this season. Even at that, she managed a .371 batting average with 12 home runs and 76 RBI. Through six games of the post-season she has a .476 average with 4 home runs and 7 RBI.
Both girls are juniors and will have one more season at Oklahoma.