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SLCC's Flint named region's top hurler

Published May 9, 2013 8:59 am
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For the second consecutives season, Salt Lake Community College pitcher MaCauley Flint was named the Region 18 Pitcher-of-the-Year.

Flint, a sophomore from Roy, struck out 217 batters in the regular season while compiling a 21-3 record. She held the opposition to a .174 batting average with 15 complete games and a Scenic West Athletic Conference best seven shutouts.

Bruins joining Flint on the first team was sophomore shortstop Maddy Woodard and outfielder Malia Campos. Woodard led the Bruins in runs batted in 65. Campos batted a team-high .450.

Infielder Lyndsey Healey and Tanisha Anderson were named to the second team.




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