Sophomore first baseman Taylor Hayes was named an honorable mention NAIA All-American and a second team All-American by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. She led the Saints with a .450 batting average including seven home runs, 14 doubles and 42 RBI. Senior Tonya Berta was named to the Collegiate Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-American second team. The language arts major previously earned academic all-district honors and is a two-time academic all-conference honoree. Berta and juniors Katie O’Hotzke and Hayes were each named to the All-Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference first team. Berta, a center fielder, hit .360 and scored 34 runs. She had 28 stolen bases, and leaves as SHU’s career stolen base leader. O’Hotzke was named as a designated player. She batted .352 with 10 doubles, five home runs and 33 RBI and had a 12-12 record on the mound with 94 strikeouts in 142 2/3 innings. Earning honorable mention were sophomore catcher Bitty Treece and freshman outfielder Mariah Boss. Hayes, O’Hotzke and Berta were also each honored the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Region first team in the Great Lakes region. Berta, Hayes and Treece each earned spots on the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team. Siena registered a 3.45 team grade point average during the 2012-13 academic year, good for ninth place in the NAIA, according to the NFCA. The Saints finished 19-23 on the season.
Senior catcher Corey Caldwell and senior second baseman Kyle Benschoter were named to the All-Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference first team. Caldwell had a .343 average with 14 doubles, three home runs and 28 RBI. Benschoter hit .358 with 17 RBI. Junior outfielder Mike Lollo was named to the honorable mention team after leading SHU with a .392 average. He was also tabbed to the conference’s Gold Glove team. Earning academic all-conference and NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors were Caldwell, Lollo, juniors Alec Duncan, Drew Byers, Nolan Herendeen, Robbie Schwartz and Travis Mielcarek and sophomore Kyle Johnson. SHU finished 13-28 overall, 6-16 in the WHAC.