Tuesday, May 9, 2017

IUPUI's Good Named JWOS Player of the Week

IUPUI senior Maggie Good has been named the JWOS Player of the Week after an incredible week at the plate that saw her collect a 2.200 slugging percentage and five home runs.

Maggie Good
Good, playing in just a three-game series against conference foe Fort Wayne, hit .700 over the weekend, and gathering at least two hits per game. Five of her seven base hits went for home runs, including two multi-homer games to close out the series.

The slugging senior also reached base three times via the walk, while she added eight RBI and five runs scored to her season's totals. Thanks to the power show, Good's slugging percentage for the week clocked in at an astounding 2.200.

Thanks to her quintet of long balls and runs batted in, Good set new program single-season marks for both home runs and RBI, with sixteen and forty-seven on the season, respectively. She ended the regular season leading her conference in five separate statistical categories.

The honor is Good's first of her career, and is the first to be bestowed upon a Summit League player this year.

Previous JWOS Players of the Week: 
5/2 - Ronnie Ladines, Kent State
4/25 – Katiyana Mauga, Arizona 
4/18 – Caroline Seitz, Mississippi State 
4/11 - Maddy Grimm, Kent State 
4/4 - Emily Clark, Ohio State 
3/27 - Morgan Zerkle, Marshall 
3/20 - Jordan Seneca, Saint Francis 
3/13 - Chloe Miller, Wisconsin 
3/6 - Alex Mycek, East Carolina 
2/27 - Mo Mercado, Arizona

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