Senior shortstop Nicole Nobbe of Cal State San Bernardino and has been named NFCA Division II National Player of the Week for Feb. 10-15.
Nobbe was on fire in seven games, batting .727 (16-22) and recording a .793 on base percentage from the leadoff spot. The Merced native scored at least one run in every game with four multiple run-scoring contests and finished the week with 12. She also posted four doubles, two home runs,
nine RBI and five walks.
Nobbe, earlier named the CCAA Player of the week, had six multiple-hit games, highlighted by a four-hit effort against Simon Fraser at the Desert Stinger Classic.
Citrus College sophomore midfielder Natalia Ponce has signed with NCAA Division I University of Lousiana at Monroe.
Ponce wrapped up an impressive two-year career for the Owls this past season, earning first team All-Western States South Conference honors. She started all 21 games for Citrus, handing out seven assists, scoring once, and totaling nine points.
As a freshman Ponce was a send team All-WSC South selection after appearing in all 22 matches with 20 starts, scoring a goal and handing out three assists.
In addition to her success on the field, Ponce was also a two-time Citrus College Scholar Baller and was also a two-time All-Western State Conference All-Academic team member.
Cal Poly Pomona’s J.J. Franklin has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Baseball Pitcher of the Week for Feb. 2-8.
Senior closer Franklin set a CPP school record this past weekend in Utah, earning his 10th and 11th-career saves to match and break the previous program record set in 1966.
A 6-foot-5 right-hander from Chino helped the Broncos in securing a four-game sweep over Dixie State after offering just one walk and striking out two hitters in two appearances.
On the weekend, he allowed just one baserunner over 2.2 innings of relief.
|CCAA Baseball Pitcher of the Week
|Jan. 26-Feb. 1
||Trevor Scott (UC San Diego)
||J.J. Franklin (Cal Poly Pomona)