Coree has been a mainstay for the Seasiders in the middle infield playing 121 games in her career with 75 starts. Her skill on defense has led to 97 putouts and 127 assists with a .903 fielding percentage. She has been responsible for 17 runs 23 hits and eight RBI during her four years for the Seasiders.
Alexa has been the other half of the middle infield for the Seasiders for her four seasons. Alexa has played 148 games and started 124, the fifth most starts at BYU-Hawaii according to available records since the Seasiders joined the NCAA Division II. She has a career .234 batting average with 86 hits, 31 runs and 26 RBI. She has recorded 210 putouts and 180 assists on a .949 fielding percentage for the Seasiders.
Williamson is the final of the four seniors who have played all four years of their career at BYU-Hawaii. Williamson has anchored the infield from the catcher position over 130 games with 117 starts. Makaela Williamson holds the BYU-Hawaii record in Division II for walks with 43, hit-by-pitches with 23 and has caught the most runners stealing with 31. She has a career .255 batting average and .390 on-base percentage. Her 50 RBI are the third most for a Seasider.
Meghan Wantz came to BYU-Hawaii as a junior college transfer last season. She has anchored the Seasiders in the circle the past two seasons. Her nine wins are the seventh most at BYU-Hawaii according to available records. She has recorded three shutouts in her career and struck out 74 batters. Her 24 complete games are the fifth most for a Seasider pitcher and her 246.2 innings pitch are the third most in program history.
These four seniors saw many firsts during their time at BYU-Hawaii, including: The first win at Hawaii Pacific in over a decade, the first wins over Azusa Pacific and a ranked Dixie State, and the 13 wins this season were the most since 2007 (18-29).