of the Week
Woodinville, WA (Eastside Preparatory)
Emory University junior Electra Korn broke the school record in the 400-meter hurdles at the Blue Shoes Invitational at Furman University. Her time of 1:01.94 broke the previous school mark of 1:02.23, set by Kahlilah Jennings at the 1997 NCAA championships. Korn’s time ranks first in the UAA and third in NCAA Division III this season. She also ran the top UAA time this season in the 200-meter dash in 25.01 seconds, which ranks 10th in Division III.
Deer Park, IL (Barrington)
Washington University senior Anna Etherington cleared a season-best height of 4.00 meters to win the pole vault at the St. Louis University Billiken Invitational. The mark ranks second in NCAA Division III this season and tied her own facility record.
Other Outstanding Performers
Liana Moss (Brandeis) batted .600 (6-for-10) with her team-leading fifth home run and batted in five runs as the Judges won three of four games. Melissa Nolan earned a pair of wins, including a one-hitter over four innings in a shutout of Lasell College. Amanda Genovese stole five bases and ranks fourth in NCAA Division III in steals this season. She is one stolen base shy of moving into the top 25 all-time in Division III history… Raechel Cloud (Chicago) hit .450 (9-for-20) with eight runs scored in a 4-2 week for the Maroons. Jordan Poole finished the week 4-0, striking out 27 in 31 innings of work… Amanda Kardys (Emory) won two games and saved another, giving up two runs in 15 innings to improve to 23-1 this season… Tayler Fravel (Rochester) batted .500 (11-for-22) with seven runs scored and four runs batted in to lead the Yellowjackets to a 6-0 week. Her two-run single in the top of the seventh inning capped a three-run rally and helped Rochester to a doubleheader sweep of State University of New York at Cortland, the first sweep of the Red Dragons in the program’s history. Nina Korn, the program’s all-time leader in home runs, runs batted in, and batting average walked seven times in a doubleheader against Skidmore College, including three intentional passes… Kenzie James (Washington) hit .480 (12-for-25) with six runs scored and finished 6-for-6 in stolen base attempts.