Philadelphia University senior catcher Jacque Curtis has been named the Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division II National Player of the Week for the week ending April 20, it was announced on Wednesday.
Curtis, a senior from Punxsutawnee, Pa., hit .692 for the Lady Rams last week, going 18-for-26 on over Philadelphia’s eight games last week, including a 1.192 slugging percentage and a .714 on-base percentage. She drove in 16 runs, scored 12 times and smacked three home runs, two doubles and one triple. For the week, she recorded one four-hit game and three three-hit games.
Curtis broke the school’s all-time home run record with 14 and also tied the school’s all-time record for RBI with 77. She had at least one hit in seven of the eight games last week.
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