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records. Only one of the five runs off of Kamphuis was earned. Pitcher Feb. 2-8 Feb. 9-15 Feb. 16-22 Feb. 23- M. 1 March 2-8 Montana State Billings: Aubrey Conceicao batted .522 on MSUB’s eight-game conference road trip to Bellingham and Lacey. Conceicao and Kelsey Devlin each drove in six runs as MSUB won three of five road games. Taylor Hope had nine hits in 23 at bats. Week of Feb. 2-8: Player – Amanda Evola, Western Oregon (OF, 5-7, Sr., Beaverton, OR) had 10 hits in 23 at bats as the Wolves won two of six games in the NFCA Division II Leadoff Classic at Tucson, Ariz. Evola also scored six runs and stole a pair of bases. Two of WOU’s losses were in extra innings. Pitcher - Makinlee Sellevold, Western Washington (Fr., Everett, WA - Cascade), making her collegiate debut, allowed just one hit – a one-out infield single in the first inning – in a 3-0 shutout of Chaminade. Sellevold walked one batter, hit one and fanned four. Northwest Nazarene: Ali Schauer and Lili Paschal each had four hits in 12 at bats in the Crusaders’ four-game series at Western Oregon. Ashley Pesek had NNU’s only two home runs as well as handling most of the pitching duties, fanning 18 hitters in 13 1/3 innings. Saint Martin’s: Lindsey Miller didn’t allow a run and gave up just one hit in 8 2/3 innings as the Saints won three of four games in a series with MSU Billings, outscoring the Yellowjackets 29-8. In a 5-0 win over MSU Billings, the only hit she surrendered was a lead-off double in the third inning by Taylor Hoke. On offense both Miller and Sam Munger had six hits. Alyssa Slate had a team-best five RBI. Week of Feb. 9-15: Player - Alicia Fine, Wes tern Washington (SS, 5-6, Sr., Mount Vernon, WA – Portland State), batted .500 (10-of-20) and drove in 14 runs as the Vikings won four of six games in Las Vegas. Among her 10 hits, were four doubles and three home runs as she posted a 1.150 slugging percentage. She walked three times and didn’t strikeout out. For the week, she batted .400 (14-of35) and drove in 15 runs in 10 games. Pitcher – Lindsey Kamphuis, Central Washington (5-10, Fr., Kennewick, WA Kamiakin) won two games allowing just 15 hits in 18 innings as the Wildcats won four of five games to open its season. Her first win was a 10-3 complete-game conquest of No. 19 ranked Humboldt State. Simon Fraser: Alex Baylak batted .471 (8-of-17) as the Clan posted a 2-4 record. Taylor Lundrigan and Rachel Proctor had identical .389 averages each going seven for 18. Proctor had a team-high five RBIs. Kelsie Hawkins won two of three decisions, allowing just three runs in 15 2/3 innings, walking just one batter and striking out 13 batters. Western Oregon: Amanda Evola batted .600 (See Player of the Week) in WOU’s four-game sweep of Northwest. The Wolves outhit NNU .,375 to .220 in the series and posted a 1.62 team ERA, led by Alyson Boytz, who pitched two complete games, allowing just 10 hits and three runs in 14 innings. The Wolves hit six home runs in the series, two each by Evola and Emma Alfonso, who had just nine official at bats. Week of Feb. 16-22: Player – Sam Munger, Saint Martin’s (P-SS, Sr., Everett, WA) led the Saints to a 5-0 record both at the plate and in the circle. She had 10 hits – increasing her career total to 219 which is the seventh highest in GNAC history – in 21 at bats. Among her hits were four doubles and two home runs. She drove in 10 runs including six in a 10-3 win over Northwest Christian. She also recorded her 64th and 65th career wins – No. 3 all-time in the conference – allowing just four runs (two earned) in 13 innings. Pitcher – Kiana Wood, Central Washington (56, So., Aloha, OR) won two games defeating Dominican 6-0 and Holy Names 13-1. She pitched six innings and allowed just two hits against the Penguins, then pitched a fiveinning complete-game against Holy Names. Western Washington: Alicia Fine had nine hits, including three doubles, to lead the Vikings to a 4-2 record during a 4-2 homestand to open the conference season. Alexie Levin and Emily Benson each had six RBI in the six games during which the Vikings scored 30 runs and allowed 30. Makinlee Sellevold, who won all four games, gave up 8 runs in 32 1/3. In the 11 2/3 innings in which Sellevold didn’t pitch, the Vikings surrendered 22 runs. Week of Feb. 23-March 1: Player – Emily Osborn, MSU Billings (1B, 5-8, Sr., Las Vegas, NV – Bonanza) had nine hits in 21 at bats, including two doubles and three home runs, as the Yellowjackets won four of six games in the College of Idaho/Northwest Nazarene Classic. Osborn had a total of five RBIs including three in a 5-3 win Saturday against College of Idaho. Pitcher – Jessyka MacDonald, MSU Billings (5-8, Sr., Billings, MT) recorded three victories and also earned a save, allowing just 10 hits in 15 innings. GNAC Players of the Week Player Feb. 2-8 Feb. 9-15 Feb. 16-22 Feb. 23- M. 1 March 2-8 Makinlee Sellevold, Western Washington Lindsey Kamphuis, Central Washington Kiana Wood, Central Washington Jessyka MacDonald, MSU Billlings Makinlee Sellevold, Western Washington Amanda Evola, Western Oregon Alicia Fine, Western Washington Sam Munger, Saint Martin’s Emily Osborn, MSU Billings Amanda Evola, Western Oregon 2