NJCAA Softball Player and Pitcher of the Week Selections for the week ending April 25, 2004: 

Division I 

Co-Players of the Week 

Josie Fraser 
Eastern Oklahoma State 

Fraser led Eastern Oklahoma to a 3-0 record last week, including a sweep of Connors State College, Okla. (9-0, 6-5) and a single-game win over Murray State College, Okla. (6-0). In game one of the Connors State twin bill she was 3-for-4 with two runs scored, two homeruns and three RBI. In game two she had two home runs, three runs scored, two RBI and was 2-for-3 at the plate. Fraser was the first player in Eastern Oklahoma State history to hit back-to-back multiple home run games. She is currently tied for the team lead with six home runs (that ranks 21st nationally). She is hitting .371 this season with 22 RBI and 9 doubles. 

Jeanette Rincon 
Central Arizona College 

Rincon led Central Arizona to a 6-0 record last week, going 14-for-24 (.583) with 10 runs scored and eight RBI. Central Arizona swept Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. (12-4, 4-0), Glendale Community College, Ariz. (9-2, 9-4) and Mesa Community College, Ariz. (7-0, 11-0). In the Scottsdale double header she was 6-for-9 with three runs scored, one home run and two RBI. Rincon was also 6-for-9 in the Glendale double header with four runs scored, one double and three RBI. 

Pitcher of the Week 

Jessica Stubbs 
Central Arizona College 

Stubbs collected four wins in five appearances this week. In game two of a double header against Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. she threw a no-hitter over seven innings, striking out nine. Stubbs finished the week throwing two shutout, one-hitters in a double header against Mesa Community College. In game one, a 7-0 win, she went seven innings, striking out 10 and walking none. In game two, a 11-0 win, she went five innings, striking out three and walking one. 

Division II 

Player of the Week 

Kelsi Jenson 
Chandler-Gilbert Community College, Ariz. 

Jenson led Chadler-Gilbert to a 3-1 record last week, including a sweep of South Mountain Community College, Ariz. (9-0, 9-1) and a split with Glendale Community College, Ariz. (5-1, 1-4). In game one against South Mountain she was 3-for-3 with two runs scored, one triple and three RBI. In the double header with Glendale she was 3-for-5 with two triples and three RBI. For the week she was 7-for-11 (.636) with two runs scored, three triples and six RBI. 

Pitcher of the Week 

Laura Chomokos 
Mesa Community College 

Chomokos recorded two wins in two appearances this week. In game one of a double header against Eastern Arizona College she threw a 4-0 shutout, striking out five, giving up three hits and walking none. In game two, a 10-2 victory, she went six innings, striking out one and walking two. 

Division III 

Player of the Week 

Nicole Day 
Mohawk Valley Community College, N.Y. 

Day led Mohawk Valley to a 6-1 record last week. For the week Nicole batted was 15-for-23 (.652) with four doubles and three triples. She collected 12 RBI, scored 13 runs, drew five walks and stole 12 bases. The freshman catcher also threw out 4-of-5 base runners. 

Pitcher of the Week 

Heidi Brooks 
Corning Community College 

Brooks collected six wins in six appearances last week. She threw her fourth career no-hitter in the opening game of the week, a 4-0 shutout over Tompkins Cortland Community College (NY). In that game she struck out 13 and walked none in seven innings. In a double header sweep of Jamestown Community College (NY) she struck out 22 in 12 innings while walking two. Brooks broke the school record for career wins (38) and career strikeouts (310). Her season ERA is 0.61 and her career ERA is 0.71 

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