PITCHER OF THE WEEK: Pitt-Bradford SO Jordan Uhing earned wins in all four of her appearances this week, defeating Hilbert, Alfred State and Franciscan with complete-game wins -- Hilbert and Alfred State wins coming as complete-game shutouts. In game two against Hilbert, she came on in relief in the sixth inning with the tying run at third base. She stranded the runner at third, her team took the lead in the seventh, and she shut Hilbert down in the bottom half to secure the victory and the sweep. At Alfred State, she tossed all seven innings allowing just one hit and striking out 10 Pioneers, the program's first double-digit strikeout game since 2014. In total, she tossed 20.1 innings allowing just four earned runs and striking out 18. Her ERA for the week was 1.38.
BEST OF THE REST: PS-Behrend SR AJ Nichols pitched in four games this week for a total of 15 innings, picking up two wins, one each against La Roche and Medaille, as she he ended the week with a 0.00 ERA, giving up no runs and only four hits, while also finishing the week with 22 strikeouts...Mount Aloysius FR Karlie Clark tossed two complete game victories for the Mounties this week while compiling a 0.54 era, as she threw all five innings in a run rule shortened game against La Roche, allowing one run on five hits while striking out six, and then throwing a complete game shutout in a 5-0 victory over Hilbert...Franciscan FR Sarah Keating became the single-season wins leader for Franciscan with a 3-0 week against AMCC teams, as she is now 8-1 on the year after setting the record with her win over Pitt.-Bradford, she threw three complete games, had a 3.50 ERA for the week and struck out eight...PS-Altoona FR Brittney Dellaquila had a strong start in game two of last Thursday's doubleheader against non-conference opponent Westminster, taking the tough luck loss in a 1-0 walkoff to the Titans, as she pitched a complete game, going 6 2/3 innings and allowing just one run on eight hits and three walks while striking out three batters...Hilbert SO Marisa McIntyre had three wins this weekend, as she threw over 400 pitches over two days, defeating Mt. Aloysius and giving them their first conference loss