Former SW Oregon softball standout Meg Harasymczuk named National DIV II Player of the Week
Former SW Oregon softball standout Meg Harasymczuk was named Louisville Slugger Division II National Player of the Week. Harasymczuk is one of four former NWAACC athletes playing for the MSU-Billings. others include former SW Oregon teammates Annaleisha Parsley & Nicole Wilkerson and former Mt Hood infielder Nicole Colpron.
MSUB’s Harasymczuk & Valdosta’s Hadley Named As Louisville Slugger Division II National Player & Pitcher of the Week
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Senior Meg Harasymczuk of Montana State Billings and senior Alanna Hadley of Valdosta State have been named as the Louisville Slugger Division II National Player and Pitcher of the Week, respectively, for games played March 19-25.
Harasymczuk was nearly unstoppable last week as she went five for seven at the plate with 11 walks, 10 of which were intentional. She finished the week with 11 RBIs, 10 runs, four home runs, two stolen bases and a double. Her numbers on the week bordered the absurd with a .714 batting average, a .889 on-base percentage, and a 2.517 slugging percentage.
While given limited opportunities at the plate, the Spring Creek, Nevada native made each one count by going for extra bases with each hit, including four round-trippers. Harasymczuk was also the hero of game two on Saturday against Western Oregon when she hit a walk-off grand slam to give the Yellowjackets a 13-10 win.
Harasymczuk is currently batting .407 so far this season and leads her team with 13 home runs and 39 RBIs.
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