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Outstanding Division III Player Performances

Tami Thuman, Shortstop, Buffalo State, Senior, Tonawanda
Thuman helped pace the Bengals to a pair of sweeps of Utica/Rome and Plattsburgh and a split with St. John Fisher. The shortstop went 11-for-16 (.688) over the six-game stretch including six RBI and five runs scored as Buffalo State improved to 22-6. Thuman nine nine putouts and 15 assists in the field while committing just one error.


Amy Kulisky, Pitcher, Simpson College, Freshman, Des Moines, Iowa

Kulisky was 3-0 with an 0.44 ERA. She pitched two complete games, striking out 18 in 16 innings. She walked only one and gave up just seven hits. Opponents batted .130 against her during a week that saw the Storm go 5-1.

Katie Burnett, Pitcher, Wartburg College, Freshman, Maquoketa, Iowa

Katie pitched six games (27 2/3 innings), going 4-0 with an ERA of 0.76. She allowed eight runs (four earned), walked four and struck out 20. Burnett is now 8-3 overall, 4-1 in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Shannon Fritzke, Catcher, Pacific Lutheran, Sophomore, Bothell, WA.

In PLU's five wins this past week, Shannon was 11-for-14 with three home runs, a double, four walks and 10 RBI.

Jane Kalata, Pitcher, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh,Sophomore, Wautoma, WI

Recorded a win over nationally-ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point 4-3 and then beat Mount Senario College 1-0. She pitched 14 innings with seven strikeouts and had a 0.50 ERA. The wins helped boost UW-Oshkosh's record to 18-16.

Jessica Davenport, Pitcher, Olivet College, Senior, Thousand Oaks, CA.

Davenport pitched all four league games, going 2-2 in the process with wins over Calvin (1-0) and Kalamazoo (3-2) and losses to Calvin (5-2) and Kalamazoo (1-0 in eight innings). Overall, she pitched 29 innings, allowing 17 hits, eight runs (four earned), three walks and 31 strikeouts. Her ERA was 0.97 and she recorded 7.5 strikeouts per seven innings pitched.

Megan Koeller, Catcher, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Freshmen, Potosi, WI

In four games, Megan was 6-for-13 for a .462 batting average. She had three doubles, a home run, and six RBI. Her slugging percentage was .923. She scored 3 runs, had 1 walk and had 9 putouts and 1 assist with no errors. We were 4-0 for the week and in three of those games, Megan had the game- winning hit, including a three-run double against Wisconsin-Platteville.

April Miller, Pitcher, Central College, Freshman, Pleasantville, Iowa

Miller was 3-0 with one save last week, appearing in five of CentralÕs six games. She pitched 21.2 innings, allowing 11 hits, no runs and nine walks (three intentional) while She extended her scoreless innings streak to 54.3, three innings short of the school record. Now 13-1, Miller became first Division III pitcher to defeat No. 1 ranked Coe, winning 1-0 Friday at Cedar Rapids.