It takes a team working together to stand alone as national champions in Oklahoma City in June, but if you want to get to the Women's College World Series, it doesn't hurt to have a player who is one of a kind. Be it offensive firepower to pitching dominance or defensive wizardry, the 2011 ESPN.com All-Americans share a common trait of doing things on a softball field few others can. In their midst may be the next Megan Langenfeld, Danielle Lawrie or Katie Burkhart, All-Americans who earned most outstanding player honors in the World Series, but however the season ends, count on these players to make the most of the next four months. -- Graham Hays
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