Trio of Baldwin Wallace University Student-Athletes Named OAC Players of the Week
Murray is both the OAC Softball Hitter and Pitcher of the Week for her efforts both at the plate and on the mound as she led the Yellow Jackets (21-8 overall and 9-5 in the OAC) to four straight victories. She hit .692 (9-for-13) with three runs scored, two doubles, one homerun, seven runs batted-in and a stolen base. Her slugging percentage was 1.077 and her on-base percentage was .714 overall. On the mound, Murray had a 2-0 record with complete-game wins against Heidelberg University (8-1) and Wilmington College (7-1). She pitched 14 innings, allowed eight hits and two runs (one earned) for a 0.50 earned run average with 17 strikeouts and three walks. She had a career-high 10 strikeouts versus Heidelberg.
For the season, Murray is hitting .407 (37-for-93) with 23 runs scored, five doubles, six homeruns, 23 runs batted-in and 10 stolen bases in 11 attempts. She has a .659 slugging and .455 on-base average. Murray has a 5-0 pitching record with a 1.19 ERA. In 35 and one-third innings, Murray has allowed 31 base hits, eight runs (six earned) with 30 strikeouts and eight walks. The Yellow Jackets return to play on Wednesday when they travel to Westerville to play OAC-rival Otterbein College in a doubleheader at 3:30 p.m. On Thursday, BW is supposed to travel to Bluffton, Ohio to play Alma (Mich.) College in a twinbill at 3:30 p.m., and then end the regular season at home when it hosts OAC-rival Muskingum College on Seniors' Day at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds Field at 1:00 p.m.
Jaskolski earned his award by earning medalist honors at the April 17-18 OAC Invitational Tournament at the Cumberland Trail Golf Club in Pataskala. He carded rounds of 84, 74 and 74 on the 7,000-yard layout for a 232-stroke total to best the field by three shots. He currently ranks second on the team with a 78.25-stroke average in four spring tournaments and eight rounds of golf. This Saturday and Sunday, April 30-May 1, Jaskolski will lead the Yellow Jackets into the 2011 OAC Championship Tournament at the Rivergreens Golf Club in West Lafayette.
Pecinovsky, a four-year starter and three-year starter at number-one singles and No.1 doubles, earned her honor for having a 4-0 week with a pair of singles and doubles victories as BW defeated Heidelberg (8-1) and Wilmington (9-0). She dominated her opponents and ran her OAC singles mark to 7-0 this season prior to matches this Wednesday at Otterbein and at home versus Muskingum on Saturday. Pecinovsky ran her seasonal singles mark to 17-8 and combines with sophomore No.3 singles player Rebecca Mittler (Elyria/ Catholic) for an 18-8 slate at No.1 doubles. She now has 134 career victories to rank fifth all-time in BW women's tennis history, including 66 career singles wins (66-40) and 68 career doubles triumphs (68-46).
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