March 12, 2012




Borja Jones-Berasaluce, Guilford, Sophomore, Pitcher
Jones-Berasaluce, a sophomore from Newton, Mass., tossed his first complete game of the season, a career-long nine-inning win at Hampden-Sydney. He fanned a season-high five and walked one in the seven-hit victory. He held the Tigers to a .212 batting average, which helped the Quakers end a three-game losing skid with its 13-1 triumph.

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Andrew Hacker, Bridgewater, Junior, 1st Base
Hacker, a junior from Mechanicsville, Va., hit .565 on the week to help lead the Eagles to a 5-1 record. Hacker had five straight multiple hit games during the week. He was 3-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs in an 8-4 win over nationally ranked Thomas More. He was 5-for-7 in a DH split with Husson and had the game-winning RBI in the 3-1 win over Husson. He was 2-for-4 with the game-winning RBI over Aurora. Hacker finished 3-for-5 with a run and two RBIs as the Eagles opened conference play with a 10-3 win over Va. Wesleyan.

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Tyler Midwinter, Randolph-Macon, Senior, Attack
Midwinter, a senior from Ontario, Canada, had 12 points in a 2-0 week for Randolph-Macon. In a win at Shenandoah, Midwinter had three goals and dished out five assists for the Yellow Jackets. Midwinter then helped R-MC to a 14-7 win over Wooster with two goals and two assists for four points. Midwinter also grabbed four groundballs in the win over the Fighting Scots, giving him six pickups for the week.

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Matt Nelson, Emory & Henry, Junior, No. 1 Singles, No. 1 Doubles
Nelson, a junior from Galax, Va., went 3-0 at number one singles and 3-0 at number one doubles last week. He picked up a three-set victory over John Carroll on Tuesday, and won 6-0, 6-1 over Misericordia and 6-3, 6-1 over Regis (Mass.) on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively. Nelson only dropped three games in three matches at number one doubles along with junior Adam Henderson. The pair won 8-3 over John Carroll and blanked Misericordia and Regis (Mass.). Nelson is a 2011 All-ODAC first team doubles player and was second team at number three singles.

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Heather Jenkins, Bridgewater, Junior, Pitcher
Jenkins, a junior from Locust Grove, Va., helped Bridgewater to a 7-1 week in Florida as she won four games, including victories over tenth-ranked Coast Guard and seventh-ranked Cortland State. Jenkins opened the week with a four-hit shutout of Thomas More before earning the win in relief in a 9-7 victory over Catholic. On Wednesday, Jenkins threw a 78-pitch gem in the Eagles’ shutout win over Coast Guard, with the junior hurler allowing just one hit. On Thursday, Jenkins was solid as she pitched a complete game in Bridgewater’s 7-3 win over Cortland State. Jenkins wrapped up the week with a 3-2 loss in extra innings to Trine in which she gave up just five hits and two earned runs in 7.2 innings of work. On the week, Jenkins struck out 21 batters and allowed just four earned runs in 30.2 innings. Her 0.98 ERA is tied for second-best in the ODAC.

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Leona Rainey, Roanoke, Junior, Designated Player
Rainey, a junior from Sandston, Va., was nearly perfection at the dish in Maroons 6-0 week as she provided offense in every way possible. She went 16-for-21 (.727) with four three-hit games and two in the remaining two contests. She knocked two doubles, a pair of triples, and cleared the fences twice while scoring 16 runs and driving in 11 others. She was also a terror with her legs as she stole 12 bases including three in a game three times. For the season, Rainey is hitting .471 (24-for-51) with 25 runs scored, 21 RBI and 19 stolen bases.

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Kelly Egan, Randolph-Macon, Senior, Attack
Egan, a senior from Arnold, Md., helped R-MC to a 2-1 week with a 22-point performance. She scored 14 goals and handed out eight assists for the Yellow Jackets. In a loss to Marywood, she scored four goals and added an assist. In a win at Hood, she scored eight goals, had three assists, three groundballs and one caused turnover. Egan capped the week with two goals and four helpers in a win over Cedar Crest. She also grabbed two groundballs and caused three turnovers, giving her six pickups and five forced miscues on the week.

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Karen Montoya, Hollins, Junior, No. 1 Singles, No. 3 Doubles
Montoya, a junior from Delicias, Mexico, scored the biggest individual win of the season for Hollins. In a match against Washington and Lee, Montoya came back for a 1-6, 6-4, 10-8 win at No. 1 singles over the Generals' Lauren Lukas, the 17th rated player in the region by the ITA. Montoya is now 3-0 in singles play with this marking her first match from the top ladder position this spring.

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