Five KCAC schools received first-place votes, but it was Oklahoma Wesleyan chosen to win the conference softball title in a survey of the head coaches announced on Wednesday.
The Eagles received 6 of the 12 first-place votes as every school has a team.
Ottawa, which received a first-place vote, was second, while Bethany, even with its 3 first-place votes, was tied for third with Friends, which also received a first-place vote.
Kansas Wesleyan and Saint Mary rounded out the top half.
York was seventh, followed by Tabor (which received the final No. 1 vote), Sterling, Bethel, Southwestern and McPherson College.