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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Former University of Alabama softball player Haylie McCleney earned the prestigious NCAA Top 10 Award, the NCAA announced Friday.The NCAA Top 10 Award recognizes student-athletes who have completed their athletic eligibility for their success in competition, in the classroom and in the community. Recipients will be honored in January at the NCAA Honors and Delegates Celebration at the 2016 NCAA Convention in the Nashville, Tenn., area.What a tremendous way to finish an incredible career at Alabama - with the highest honor a student-athlete can receive from the NCAA, UA head coach Patrick Murphy said. All of us realized we had something special in Haylie the athlete when she initially said yes to us. We just didnt know Haylie the young woman was going to be just as special or better. Shes made me a better person in the four years I got to spend with her. She made us all better.McCleney is the second Alabama softball player to earn NCAA Top 10 recognition, joining Brittany Rogers, who earned the honor in 2009.This is another extraordinary honor for an extraordinary career, UA Director of Athletics Bill Battle said. It has been a privilege to watch as Haylie piled up honor after honor, on the diamond and in the classroom, during her amazing career. She is a testament to what can be accomplished when the pursuit of excellence is your everyday focus.A four-year All-American, McCleney earned first-team honors in three of her four seasons. She completed her senior season in 2016 with four school career records, including a .447 career batting average. McCleney is just the fifth player in program history and the 21st in NCAA history to total 300 hits, 200 runs and 100 stolen bases. She is a four-time All-SEC and SEC All-Defensive team honoree.She is a three-time First Team CoSIDA Academic All-American and a two-time Softball Academic All-American of the Year selection, just the third two-time winner for the sport of softball since the yearly award was introduced in 1988.McCleney is just the second UA softball player to earn First Team honors as an All-American and Academic All-American in the same season, doing so three times over her career. She was named the 2016 H. Boyd McWhorter SEC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was the 2015 SECs Softball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In 2016, McCleney graduated with a 4.0 cumulative grade point average in exercise science and won the Senior CLASS Award, which celebrates senior student-athletes who use their platform in athletics to make a positive impact as community leaders, and was a finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year honors.The 14th Alabama athlete to receive the prestigious honor, McCleneys selection marks the ninth time in 11 years an Alabama student-athlete has received the award, joining Kim Jacob (gymnastics/2014), Barrett Jones (football/2013), Brooke Pancake (womens golf/2012), Kayla Hoffman (gymnastics/2011), Greg McElroy (football/2010), Rogers, Beth Mallory (track and field/2007) and DeMeco Ryans (football/2006).To have a Crimson Tide student-athlete earn this prestigious honor nine times in a span of just over a decade is an amazing accomplishment and a great point of pride for our Athletics Department and the University as a whole, Battle said.Alabamas previous NCAA Top 10 (formerly Top VIII) recipients include: Randy Hall (football/1975), Steadman Shealy (football/1980), Meredith Willard (gymnastics/1997), Andreé Pickens (gymnastics/2002), Sterner (gymnastics/2003), Rogers, McElroy, Hoffman, Pancake, Jones and Jacob. 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Crosby and Malkin generated plenty of scoring chances, but Boston linemates Krejci and Horton buried theirs. "That line was really good for us," Julien said. "They made some great plays and scored some big goals." Its a role often filled by Crosby and Malkin, but Pittsburghs two stars -- not to mention the rest of the team -- couldnt find a way to sneak a puck by Rask. Crosby hit the post in the opening minutes, and Pittsburgh put the kind of pressure on Rask that Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said would be necessary if they wanted to advance. Rask, playiing this deep in the post-season for the first time, proved equal to the challenge.dddddddddddd. He stuffed Crosby from point-blank range on the power play, then added an acrobatic save on Malkin in the final moments of the period when Malkin attempted to bang home a pass off the end boards. The stop preserved a 1-0 Boston lead after Krejci beat Vokoun 8:23 into the game. Krejcis sixth goal of the post-season was also the first sloppy mistake by Vokoun during his excellent playoff run. The Bruins raced in on a 3-on-2 break, and the NHLs leading post-season scorer found himself alone 30 feet in front of the net. The shot slid by defenceman Paul Martin and rolled slowly through Vokouns legs and into the net. The games tenor, however, changed abruptly in the second period when Cooke slammed McQuaid from behind into the boards behind the Bruins net. McQuaid had his back turned when Cooke came in at full speed and raised his left arm just before impact. The collision sent McQuaid crumpling to the ice. Cooke -- whose career was pockmarked with suspensions and fines for hits before he made it a point to clean up his play two years ago -- was given a major penalty for boarding and was ejected. "We all know the history with (Cooke)," Crosby said. 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We werent able to get back at our game after that power play." Instead, Malkin was still in the penalty box when Krejci punched in a rebound for his 19th point of the playoffs 4:04 into the period to give Boston a two-goal lead. Horton put it away less than 4 minutes later with a blast from the left circle. The puck darted over Vokouns glove and seemed to deflate the Penguins. Pittsburgh trailed longer in the opener -- 52 minutes -- than it did during its entire five-game series win over Ottawa in the second round. "Its a great start but its just one game," Rask said. "They keep doing that, theyre going to score some goals." 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