Outfield Trio Named NFCA Division 1 All-Americans

LOUISVILLE, KY – Virginia Tech outfielders Emma Ritter, Addy Greene, and Cori McMillan were all honored as Division 1 All-Americans, the NFCA announced Wednesday evening. Ritter and Greene were selected for the first team, while McMillan was placed on the second team.
This marks the first time in program history that the Hokies have had three All-Americans in a single season.
Ritter has received All-American recognition for the second time in her career. In 2022, she achieved Third Team honors. The senior led the Hokies all season with a .432 batting average and 82 hits. She is one of only seven players in the ACC to hit above .400 in 2024 and ranked in the top 15 nationally.
The leadoff hitter was a tough out this season, striking out only seven times, making a total of only 26 strikeouts in her career. On the base paths, she scored 59 runs and recorded 26 stolen bases. The center fielder posted a flawless 1.000 fielding percentage and has committed only two errors in her career.
Ritter will be remembered as one of the best hitters to ever wear a Hokie uniform. She is the program leader with 184 runs scored. Over her four years, she has amassed 243 career hits, fourth in school history, a .377 batting average, and 82 stolen bases, both third in program history.
Greene had an exceptional year, also being one of seven hitters in the ACC and top 25 in the country to hit above .400. She was second on the team with a .424 ERA and 67 hits. She led the team with 15 doubles, a .520 on-base percentage, and 35 walks. Her on-base percentage ranks her in the top 20 in Division 1.
During her tenure at Virginia Tech, she has accumulated 169 career hits, including 37 doubles and 33 home runs. This season was her best yet, earning her All-ACC and NFCA honors for the first time in her career.
McMillan is a second-team All-American after leading the ACC and ranking in the top 10 nationally with 21 home runs. She was also second in the ACC with a .869 slugging percentage. Her power numbers set school records for single-season home runs and career slugging percentage. The junior posted 64 RBIs this year, leading the Tech squad and ranking third in the ACC. McMillian was also dynamic on the bases, scoring 55 runs and posting a perfect 20 for 20 in stolen bases.