OCALA--The record-breaking College of Central Florida softball team dominated the recent Mid-Florida Conference awards.
McGill leads the nation in wins and ERA.
She needs one more win to surpass the single-season school record for pitching victories.
Barlow, meanwhile, needs two RBI to become just the third player in Region 8 history to knock in 100 runs in one season.
Wise received first team honors last year, on her way to earning all-state and second-team NJCAA All-American nominations.
During her career at CF, Wise has set the career and single season marks for triples, runs scored and stolen bases. She has scored a run in 51 games this season and has stolen at least two bases in a game on 19 occasions.
Williams moved up from honorable mention to first team, while the rest of the Patriot players are first-time honorees, as most are freshmen.
On the year, Williams has hit 15 home runs and had a streak of three straight games with a home run.
Like Williams, Holton also had a streak of three games in a row with at least one home run.
Meanwhile, Deeandreaya Davis was named honorable mention.
CF is currently 58-2 overall and just finished off the best-ever record in Mid-Florida Conference with a 23-1 mark.
The Patriots are also unbeaten at home and have been ranked No. 1 in the nation for the bulk of the last two seasons, more than any other team nationally.
This came on the heels of CF finishing as national runner-up in 2014.
Prior to 2014, the Patriots had never finished higher in the MFC.
CF hosts Indian River State on Saturday afternoon at 1 for Sophomore Day.
The Pioneers are the champions of the Southern Conference and the team that CF defeated in 2014 to clinch its first-ever trip to the national tournament.