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NWAC & Under Armour Softball Athletes of the Week - Week 4

2019-04-17 15:03:24

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Nicole Powers, Capital HS, Boise, ID.

Powers finished a short but productive week for Mt. Hood reaching base 5 out of her 6 at-bats (.833). During the double-header sweep of Chemeketa, Powers connected for 3 home runs while racking up 5 RBIs in the process for the third ranked Saints.

"Nicole has been an extremely consistent hitter for us this year," said Saint head coach Brittany Hendrickson. "She has started every game behind the plate for us this season and does a great job calling pitches and controlling our pitching staff. Nicole is also a great teammate and has a tremendous work ethic. I look forward to seeing all that she accomplishes during her time as a Saint!"


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Madi Mott, Gladstone HS, Gladstone, OR.

The North Idaho Ace helped the Cardinals leapfrog Big Bend to move into second place in the East with a couple of strong outings including 2 starts and a complete game shutout over the Vikings. She finished the week with 13 innings pitched while giving up 4 earned runs and recording 17 strikeouts.

"Madi shows up every day and competes," said Cardinal head coach Don Don Williams. "She does a great job of keeping batters off balanced and continues to contribute at the plate to help our offense."

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