Senior Ricki Walker and junior Kerry Farrell were named members of the NFCA First-Team All-West Region team, along with three other Rams, junior Stephanie Roberts and freshmen Brittany Huerta and Jessica Sttrickland, who each earned second-team honors. The Ramsí five members of the All-Region team ties the 1997 squad, which had four first-team members and one second-team member.
Walker led the the team in batting average during her senior campaign, finishing with a .399 average on the season, the second highest average in school history, and her 18 doubles in 2004 was tied for second on the team and all-time at Colorado State with Farrell. She also knocked in 37 runs for the Rams in 2004, placing her fifth in school history. Walker also earned All-Mountain West Conference Honors, was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team, and earned the teamís Offensive Player of the Year Award.
Farrell earned the teamís ďStalwartĒ award given to the Ramsí most valuable player each season, after leading the team with a .417 batting average and .750 slugging percentage in Mountain West play. Farrell tied Walker for second all-time with 18 doubles on the season, and was second on the team with 38 RBI. Behind the plate, Farrell posted a .997 fielding percentage, committing only one error in 310 chances on the season. Farrell was also named to the All-MWC team this season.
Roberts was named to the All-Region team for the second straight season, earning a first-team selection in 2003. Roberts hit .358 on the year and ranked first on the team with 46 runs, second on the team in home runs (11) and third on the team in slugging percentage (.636). Roberts earned the teamís Defensive Player of the Year Award, with a fielding percentage of .986 at second base, earned a spot on the Al-MWC team for the second straight year, and was also named to the CoSida Academic All-District team along with Walker.
Huerta led the Ramsí offense in a number of different categories, breaking the single season home run mark in with 14 in her freshman campaign. She also led the team with a slugging percentage of .679 and 44 RBI while hitting .333 on the season. Huerta was given the teamís Coachís Award for her all-around play, starting at three different positions (left field, third base, and centerfield) for the Ramsí and posting a fielding percentage of .960.
Strickland was named Freshman of the Year in the Mountain West Conference, earning All-MWC honors in her first season. Strickland ranked third on the team with a batting average of .366 and ranked second on the team behind Huerta with a slugging percentage of .652. She also led the Ramsí pitching staff in appearances (28) and tied the Colorado State single-season mark for saves (7). In conference play, Strickland led the team with a 1.29 ERA. Strickland earned the teamís Green & Gold Award, for her hard work and dedication throughout the season.
Colorado State is the only school on the list with five players on the first and second teams, and one of four schools, along with Long Beach State, Fresno State and Cal State Northridge, to place two players on the first team. The Rams, along with Utah, were also the only Mountain West schools to appear on the first team.