Pioneers Place Six on All-Conference Team
- May 1, 2009
HAYWARD, Calif. - The Pioneers were well represented on the Cal Pac Women's Softball All-Conference Team. Jesse Peterson was selected as the Co-Player of the Year. Peterson, along with Sam Sciutto, and Amanda Tietz were first team selections. Alyssa Johnson, Sarah Davini, and Mary Ogden received Honorable Mention Recognition.
The Pioneer women's softball team concluded the regular season with a 13-25 record.Cal State East Bay finished 10-10 in Cal Pac Conference play. Jesse Peterson was named Cal Pac Conference Pitcher of the Week while Sam Sciutto was selected Softball Player of the Week for the dates of March 30-April 6. Alyssa Johnson led the Pioneers in hitting with a .313 batting average. Jesse Peterson hit .312 for the season. In the circle, Peterson was 9-11 with a 2.93 earned run average and 136 strikeouts in 134 innings. Amanda Tietz had a .273 batting average with team-highs 23 runs scored and five triples. Sarah Davini, with a .256 batting average, led the Pioneers with 14 stolen bases. Sam Sciutto posted team-bests of four home runs and 16 RBIs.
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