Shannon Kohl (Softball, 2000-2003) lettered four times for the Cavs' softball team. Shannon earned All-AMC honors four times and is Walsh's only two-time first-team NAIA All-American. The fleet-footed left-handed hitting outfielder earned AMC Freshman of the Year honors after hitting a team-leading .376. She also led the team in stolen bases (22) and sacrifices (10), as Walsh won 40 games reached the Elite Eight of the NAIA World Series where she batted .375. She was also named second-team All-AMC. She won the AMC Batting Championship as a sophomore after hitting .468, and was named first-team All-AMC. Her next two years were just as prolific, as Shannon earned first-team All-AMC and NAIA All-American honors each year. She hit a team-best .465, while also leading the team in runs (43), at-bats (172), triples (5), stolen bases (32), and slugging percentage (.581). Walsh returned to the NAIA World Series Shannon's senior year, as she hit a Walsh record .485. She led the team in runs (51), hits (81), triples (7), stolen bases (16) and slugging percentage (.701). She is still first in career average (.450), hits (276), runs (163), and triples (16).