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MIAA announce AstroTurf Softball Athletes of the Week

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Pittsburg State's Kylie Guthier has been named the MIAA/AstroTurf Hitter of the Week while Kelsey Berlin of Central Oklahoma has been named the AstroTurf Pitcher of the Week.

MIAA/AstroTurf Hitter of the Week

Kylie Guthier, 3B, Pittsburg State

Guthier led the Gorillas with a .565 (13-23) performance at the plate this week as the Gorillas went 5-1 with doubleheader sweeps over conference teams Fort Hays State and Nebraska-Kearney and a split with then No.12 Arkansas Tech. She had at least one hit and one RBI in five of the six games. She struck out only once in 23 at bats. Her best games of the week came against Fort Hays State. She was 7-for-9 with a run, five RBI, a double and a home run against the Tigers. The Gorillas were up only one, 3-2, in extra innings at Hays, when Guthier stepped to the plate and hit a grand slam to help secure the Gorilla win. She also had a 4-for-5 performance in the second game against Nebraska-Kearney with six RBI, three runs scored, a double and a home run. The 5-7 sophomore third baseman is a native of Platte County, Mo. where she competed at Platte County High School.

Others nominated: Kaylee Brunson, Central Oklahoma; Alli Eales, Northeastern State; Stephanie Goodwin, Emporia State; Alana Hester, Missouri Southern; Lauren Mabe, Central Missouri.

MIAA/AstroTurf Pitcher of the Week

Kelsey Berlin, P, Central Oklahoma

Berlin handled the bulk of UCO's pitching duties last week, going 3-1 with an 0.58 earned run average. The senior left-hander allowed 18 hits and two earned runs in 24 innings while walking five and striking out nine as opponents hit just .205 against her. Berlin threw a 7-hit shutout in a 4-0 non-conference win over Rogers State and earned both road wins over Lindenwood. She tossed a complete-game 4-hit shuout with no walks in a 2-0 first-game victory before allowing three hits and one unearned run with no walks in five innings of relief in gaining the win in 8-4 second-game victory. The 5-8 senior pitcher is native of Wichita, Kan. where she competed at Northwest High School prior to also seeing time at Butler County Community College and Arkansas.

Others nominated: Sarah Baldwin, Northwest Missouri; Laura Fleck, Northeastern State; Eryn Stockman, Emporia State; Jess Wilkes, Central Missouri. 

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