York Catholic High School graduate Carrie Fix is joining some elite company.
Over the weekend, Fix became just the fifth player in the illustrious Messiah College softball history to reach 200 hits for her career.
In a doubleheader against Hood College in Frederick, Maryland, Fix finished 5 for 8 with a home run, two runs scored and an RBI, leading Messiah to a sweep of the twinbill.
For the season, Fix is hitting .407 with three homers and nine RBIs. She has .630 slugging percentage and a .412 on-base percentage.
The 5-foot, 4-inch senior has also been one of the Falcons' most reliable pitchers, going 5-5 on the mound with a 2.31 ERA.
Fix has helped Messiah to a 4-0 start in Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth action. The Falcons are 13-9 overall.
Messiah has become a regional NCAA Division III softball power over the past 25 years, making 11 NCAA appearances since 1994, including a national title in 2009 and a national runner-up finish in 2016.
In each of her first three seasons, Fix has been named National Fastpitch Coaches Association First Team All-East Region and All-MAC Commonwealth Second Team. In 2015, she was the MAC Commonwealth Rookie of the Year.