Previous Central softball standout Kayla Konwent certainly is making up for shed time so considerably this spring.
Soon after she skipped all of past period and most of the former one since of harm, Konwent has been pink-hot by means of 19 games for the Wisconsin Badgers.
Konwent, the previous two-time Wisconsin Gatorade Player of the Yr, qualified prospects the 17-2 Badgers with a .442 batting common (23-for-52), with 14 runs scored, 5 doubles, a triple, 5 household runs and 20 RBI. She also has a .865 slugging share.
Wisconsin shut a 5-game weekend journey to the Solar Devil Vintage in Arizona on Sunday with a 4-1 gain in excess of Princeton. The Badgers also posted an 11-2 gain in excess of Princeton, a 5-1 decline and a 3-1 gain with ninth-rated Texas and a 5-1 gain in excess of Arizona State.
Konwent finished the weekend with 5 hits, four runs scored and two RBI, as she split time in the industry amongst to start with and next base.
The Badgers, who gained votes in the most current United states Currently/National Fastpitch Coaches Association poll, shift on to Florida this weekend with 5 games at the University of South Florida Tournament to near out their spring journey.
Panthers in college
Previous Wilmot softball teammates Sawyer Wightman, Sam Schloegl, Montana Platts and Hayli Richards all began their spring seasons in the latest times as very well.
Schloegl, a junior who transferred from Madison College to Concordia in Mequon this calendar year, opened 2019 Sunday at the Rosemont Softball Dome with a 3-for-5 effort and hard work in a 6-3 decline to Lake Forest and a 4-1 setback to Buena Vista. Schloegl also stole two bases.
Wightman, a junior at NCAA Division II Ferris State, is batting .308 (4-for-13) with four runs scored, which includes a hit and two runs scored in a 7-3 gain at Rockhurst (Mo.) on Feb. 23.
Two freshmen, Platts and Richards, are playing this spring at Madison College and Division II Missouri-St. Louis, respectively. In three games, Platts is 3-for-6, with three runs scored and an RBI, even though Richards is 4-for-26, with a household run and an RBI.
Gendron wins to start with
Previous Wilmot pitcher Kyle Gendron picked up his to start with collegiate victory Friday for Division II Winona State.
Gendron, a freshman right hander, pitched 5 innings in relief and allowed just one hit and struck out two in Winona’s 10-7 victory in excess of Maryville (Mo.) in St. Louis.
Winona enters this 7 days at 3-2 over-all. The Warriors will participate in the next 6 games in Florida.