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Under Armour Softball Player of the Week & NWAC Players of the Week - Week 3

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MADI MOTT FRESHMAN PITCHER

Madi Mott, Gladstone HS / Gladstone, OR., pitched a 4 inning no hitter with 7 strikeouts to lead top-ranked North Idaho to a 9-0 win over Yakima. Mott is now 12-1 on the season (2nd in wins), has 107 strikeouts (2nd) and league leading 1.47 ERA. Mott is hitting well for NIC with a .518 batting average, 6th best in the league.

“Madi’s work ethic on and off the field is what sets her apart from her competition," said Cardinal head coach Don Don Williams. "She is getting better every week and contributes to our team’s success on defense and offense.”

NWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK - APRIL 11

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Hailey Danly, Prairie HS / Cottonwood, ID., was 5 for 8 at the plate with 4 runs, a double and three home runs driving in 7 RBIs to lead the sixth-ranked Warriors to a pair of wins over Big Bend. With her three homers, Danly has risen to 5th place on the HR leaderboard with 10 on the season.

“Hailey had a very impressive series last week," said WWCC head coach Justin Speer. "She has been a huge impact player for us in her 2 years here. On top of having a phenomenal sophomore year, Hailey is a hard working tough minded kid that has really put a lot of hard work in. She has stepped up for us as a sophomore leader and really works to push our team and herself this season. This is much deserved... we couldn’t be more proud of her.”

NOTE: Vullo Bat Company, based in Spokane, is awarding a wall trophy bat to each NWAC Softball Batter of the Week during the month of April. Visit Vullo online at vullobatcompany.com or check out their YouTube video. All bats are hand crafted in the Northwest.


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