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Outstanding Division III Player Performances

Stephanie Allocco, Rowan (NJ)

Sr., shortstop, Parlin, NJ

In a doubleheader vs. Gwynedd-Mercy she was 4-for-7, 2 runs, one RBI, one double, one triple, one walk, 2 putouts, 6 assists, no errors. In a doubleheader vs. Cabrini, she was 3-for-6, 2 runs, 3 RBI, 3 3B, 9 RB, 5 PO, 8 A, 0 E. For the week she was 7-for-13 (.538), 4 runs, 4 RBI, one 2B, 4 3B, 16 total bases, slugged 1.231, one walk, 7 PO, 14 A, 0 E. Rowan was 4-0 with sweeps over G-M (7-1, 10-1 in 6) and Cabrini (4-1, 7-2).

Densie Bozenski, Ursinus College (PA)

Fr., pitcher, Westampton, NJ

Bozenski was 2-0 for the week, firing a pair of complete-game gems in critical games for the Bears. Her first win garnered the Bears a split with Moravian in an East Regional showdown. She scattered six hits and limited the Greyhounds to just one earned run. Her second win of the week was even more critical, as she slavaged a split with Centennial Conference rival Western Maryland. She fired a five-hitter and fanned five preventing the Bears from falling out of first place in the CC. She posted a stingy ERA of 1.00 on the week against two powerful opponents.

Jen Heisner, Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Jr., outfield, Cortland, NY

Heisner had a strong week for RIT softball team (15-6) as she went 8-for 16 (.500) at the plate and added five stolen bases. In the Tigers' 2-0 victory over Brockport, she collected career hit No. 100. In the first game versus Hamilton she tied the RIT single game record for stolen bases with four. This was the second time this season that she has stole four times in a game. She is currently 4th in the NYSWCAA in average (.456) and is the stolen base leader with 17 (0.81 SB/G).

Raquel Burns, Bethany (WV)

Soph., second base, Wheeling, WV

Burns went 7-for-12 (.583) last week with two doubles, 4 RBI and 4 runs. She had a slugging percentage of .750,

Olivia Reichert, Maryville (MO)

Reichert extended her hitting streak to fourteen games in leading Maryville University to a 3-2 record in the Loras/Dubuque, IA Invitational tournament. Maryville has improved to 16-7-1 record overall. In the tournament, the Maryville shortstop bated .687 (11-for-16) with two doubles, two triples, five RBI and four stolen bases. She is batting .593 this year with 16/18 stolen bases, 20 extra-base hits and 32 RBI.

Brandee Brower, Alma (MI)

Sr., shortstop, DeWitt, MI

Brower was 13 for 25 with nine RBIs, a double, triple and home run as Alma posted a 5-1 record this week, including an MIAA-opening sweep of rival Hope.In the double header win over the Flying Dutch, Brower hit a double, a homer and had five RBI, including a perfect 5-for-5 with four RBI in the second game. She continued her hot hitting in a split with Division II Saginaw Valley State, going 4 for 8 with a homer and two RBI. Brower leads the Scots with a .466 batting average with 37 RBI, just three shy of breaking the school single season record. She has six doubles, two triples and four homers for a slugging percentage of .716. Alma has now won 20 games for eight straight seasons.

Julie Barth, Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Fr., outfield, Niellesville, WI

Barth batted .571 (4-for-7) with three runs, six RBI, two doubles and her first college home run in DH sweep of Milwaukee School of Engineering. She had both game-winning RBI.

Jennifer Segner. Muskingum (OH)

Sr., pitcher, Marysville, OH

Segner was 6-0 last week to improve her season record to 17-0. Her ERA in 34 innings last week was 0.62. She pitched all 15 innings of an Ohio Athletic Conference doubleheader at John Carroll University and scattered one run and six hits on the day.

Katie Mullinix, Salisbury State

Mullinix went 2 for 2 at the plate for Salisbury State with one double and a single. Mullinix had 3 runs scored with 1 RBI. On the mound, Mullinix gave up 2 walks (one intentional) and stuck out 2 in her 7 innings of pitching. Her ERA for the season is 1.24.

Hayley Hallstrom, Augustana College (IL)

For the week Augustana went 6-1. Hayley was 8-for-16 (.500) at the plate with one double, two triples and a homerun. She scored nine runs and had five RBI. Hayley was also 4-0 as a pitcher this week. She allowed 9 earned runs in 25 innings (2.52 ERA) and recorded 36 strikeouts.

Kathy Voss, Wartburg (IA)

Fr., catcher/DP, Durant, IA

Kathy went 8-for-12 with five doubles, a home run, nine RBI and three runs scored. She is hitting .351 overall with a (.595) Slugging Percentage.

Darcy Sweeney, Amherst (MA)

Sr., Keene, NH

Sweeney led Amherst to a 3-1 week by going 10-14 (.714) at the plate with three doubles and a triple for a 1.071 slugging percentage, including a 7-8 performance in Amherst's doubleheader sweep over Trinity, giving her a .452 batting average, a .694 slugging percentage, 16 RBI and 12 extra base hits for the season.

Traci Simons, Savannah College of Art & Design (GA)

Jr., third base

SCAD went 7-0 this week with wins over Division II Eckerd College (4-0, 3-2), Division III Emory (5-2, 15-7, 8-7) and Wesleyan College (15-3, 18-2). She batted .500 going 12-for-24 with three walks, nine runs scored, six RBI, three doubles and a triple. She is fielding .989% at the hot corner.