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Outstanding Division III Player Performances

Carrie Crawford, Wartburg College, Jr., Independence, Iowa.

Carrie came alive this past week at the plate going 8-for-17 (.470) with five doubles, HR, 3runs and 4 rbi's and helping Wartburg College to a 4-2 record over their past 6 games. 3 of her 8 hits came against nationally ranked Coe College. Carrie is a 2 year starter at first base. Wartburg College is 17-8 overall winning 12 of their last 14 games. Carrie has a 3.397 GPA at Wartburg College.

Robyn Levisy, Pitcher/First Base, Sr, Bufalo State, Depew, NY.

Robyn picked up three of the team's four wins this past week allowing just one earned run in 15 innings as she improved her overall record to 10-0 with a season ERA of 0.25. Two of the wins came at Oneonta as she pitched a complete game four-hit shutout in a 3-0 win, and threw three scoreless innings in relief in a 4-3 win in the second game. At the plate she went 5-for-11 (.455) over the four-game stretch with seven RBI and two runs scored, including a two-run homerun in the 4-3 win at Oneonta.

Lisa Newmaster, Pitcher/Outfield, Ursinus College,Sr., Cleona, PA

Newmaster did it all in a 6-2 week for the Bears. She batted .357 , slugged.750 and had a .400 on-base percentage. Newmaster collected six extra-base hits among her 10 hits, scored 10 runs, drove in four and homered twice. She was 4-for-6 in the Bears split with 16th-ranked Rowan with two doubles, a game-winning homerun, and she drove in two runs and scored three. She also delivered the game-winning homer in the second game vs. Washington. She hit in seven of eight games played. On the mound, she was a perfect 4-0. She fired a one-hit shutout vs. 16th-ranked Rowan and fanned seven. She added another shutout victory over F&M and scattered six hits. She allowed only 25 hits in 27 innings of work.

Jen Heisner, Outfield, Rochester Institute of Technology, Jr., Cortland, NY

Junior leadoff hitter Jen Heisner had another big week for the Tigers as she led them to a perfect 4-0 record with sweeps of U of R and SUNY Cortland. For the week she went 9-for-14 (.643) with a double and three stolen bases and a .714 SLG%. In the second game versus Cortland she extended her hit streak to 14 games which ties the RIT single season record. In four games she also collected three assists including throwing two runners out at the plate. She now has a team leading 47 hits, 26-for-26 stolen bases .528 batting average, and a .562 SLG% which are all among NYSWCAA leaders.

Raquel Burns, Second Base/Outfield, Bethany College (WV), Soph., Wheeling, WV.

Burns led Bethany to 4-0 week with a 10-for-12 (.833) performance at the plate. She had one double, one triple and one home run for a 1.33 slugging percentage and scored eight runs and had seven RBI. She was 7-for-7 with four RBI's and four runs scored in a sweep of Thiel College (Pa.) April 15.

Bonnie Hogenkamp, Pitcher, Maryville (MO), Fr.

Hogenkamp went 3-0 in leading Maryville University to a 6-1 record. Bonnie threw a no-hitter against Greenville College with ten strikeouts, four hitter against Ripon College with eight strikeouts giving one earned run, and then threw a three hit shutout against Eureka College with three strikeouts. Maryville has improved to a 27-8-1 record overall.

Amy Kulisky, Pitcher, Simpson College, Fr., Des Moines, IA.

Kulinsky tossed fifth perfect game in school history Apr. 12 (8-0) against Cornell College, which was her second of the season. For the week, she was 3-0 with one save and a 1.50 ERA. She struck out 18 batters in 14.1 innings and opponents hit .085 against her.

Jill Almansberger, SUNY-Geneseo, Soph.

Almansberger was 4-for-4 with a double, run and RBI to lead Geneseo. Almansberger finished the four-game week 10-for-15 (.667) with two doubles, a home run, two runs scored, five RBI and one stolen base from her leadoff slot as the Knights went 3-1.

Lauren Peloquin, Pitcher, Amherst College, Soph., Berkley, MA.

Peloquin went 3-1, with 23 strikeouts over 21 innings, allowing 13 hits. She threw two complete game shutouts and has not allowed an earned run in 44 1/3 innings. She is now 14-2 on the season with a 0.70 ERA.

Heidi Bergstrom, Pitcher, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Pitcher, Sr., Austin, MM

A 1999 NFCA third team All-American, Bergstrom pitched Eau Claire to a pair of victories against nationally-ranked teams this past week. She blanked No. 23 St. Thomas on three hits despite walking seven batters. She got out of two bases-loaded situations and left 11 St. Thomas batters on base in a 2-0 Blugold triumph. Against No. 2-ranked St. Mary's University, she won a 3-2 decision and limited a team that was batting .347 to just three hits. She walked three and struck out eight. For the week, she yielded six hits in 14 innings with 10 walks (one intentional) and 12 strikeouts. She has a 3-3 season record and has thrown against six top 25 teams in her seven appearances this year. Her teammates have backed her with just six runs against the nationally-ranked teams.

Michelle Dlugosz, Outfield, Kings College (PA), Soph, Lansdale, PA

Dlugosz batted .762 (16-for-21) with 12 runs, two doubles, a home run and 13 of 14 stolen bases.

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Heather Tu, Cabrini College

Cabrini was 7-1 last week as Tu hit safely in every game. She was 15-for 25 (.600) with two triples, four doubles, 10 RBI, two stolen bases.

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Erin Peterson, Catcher/First Base, University of Puget Sound, sr., Walla Walla, WA.

In five games (UPS was 5-1), Petersonbatted .611 (11-for-18) with four home runs (three grand slams), 16 RBI, three intentional walks, and seven runs scored.

Jennifer Segner, Pitcher, Muskingum College, sr., Marysville, OH,

In four games last week, two vs. Capital and two vs. Mount Union, Segner pitched 21 innings, allowed 11 hits, one run (earned), walked three and struck out seven. She was 2-0 vs. Capitol 1-0 with one no-decision vs. Mount Union. She improved her season record to 23-0 and her career record to 101 22. She struck out five batters in a compete game one-hitter in the opening game against Mount Union College, the team ranked third in the NCAA Central Region poll.

Nikol Matzke, Third Base, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Soph., Sobieski, WI.

Matzke was 5-for-8 (.625) with her first career home run and a double. She helped lead UW-Oshkosh to a 3-2 record at the Augustana Invitational.