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Under Armour Softball Player of the Week & NWAC Players of the Week - Week 4

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MEGAN CARVER • SOPHOMORE • UTILITY

Megan Carver, Auburn HS / Auburn, WA., had 7 hits in 11 at bats for a .636 batting average with two walks. She tallied 6 runs and 5 RBIs with a double, a triple and a pair of homers.

Carver is tied for 4th in the league with a .516 batting average.

“Megan is a red-shirt sophomore that has worked on her game to bring it to a high level. She has developed into a consistent, clutch hitter that produces RBI’s for our team. On top of her play on the field, she is a great person and teammate. Megan is going to finish her career at Keiser University in West Palm Beach, Florida.”

NWAC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK - APRIL18

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Seli Aholeli, Henry J. Kaiser HS / Honolulu, HI., pitched 9 innings while collecting a pair of wins with 14 strikeouts while allowing only 1 earned run, 3 hits and no walks.

Aholeli leads the league in strikeouts with 138, is second in wins with 14 and third in ERA with 2.46.

"Seli is a strong leader on and off the field," said Triton head coach Sheryl Gilmore. "Her growth and maturity over the past year has really set her apart in the circle. She is getting ahead of batters, commanding the zone well, and is mentally tough enough to battle through tight situations. She has earned the trust of her teammates and she has a unique way of instilling confidence in everyone around her."

NOTE: Vullo Bat Company, based in Spokane, is awarding an engraved 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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