Broome finished the regular season with a .429 batting average and a .694 slugging percentage to go with 11 doubles, four triples, 11 homeruns, 46 RBIs, and 26 stolen bases in 29 attempts.
For her career, the outfielder is batting .354 with a .511 slugging percentage. She has 28 doubles, 11 triples, 17 homeruns, and 121 RBIs, while going 94-for-108 in stolen base attempts.
Clements batted .369 in her final regular season for the Hawks with a .599 slugging percentage. She hit 16 doubles, three triples, and seven homeruns while knocking in 54 runs and swiping 13-of-16 stolen bases.
A career .333 batter with a .501 slugging percentage thus far, she has hit 36 career doubles to go with six triples, and 10 homeruns. She has driven in 112 runs in her four seasons and is 25-for-28 in stolen base attempts.
Broome was recently named as the Southern States Athletic Conference's Gold Glove Award winner for outfielders, and was an All-Academic Team member, while both players earned All-Conference status as seniors.
The duo will have one final chance to add to their career totals when 12th-ranked Shorter (45-11) begins play in the 2012 NAIA National Tournament, which begins on May 17.