Thomas Sweeps NAC Softball Player of the Week Honors

Thomas Sweeps NAC Softball Player of the Week Honors

WATERVILLE, Maine --- The Thomas College softball program swept this week's North Atlantic Conference weekly honors as junior first baseman Korrie Laren (Blackstone, Mass. / Blackstone-Millville) was named Player of the Week, junior Sonja Morse (South China, Maine / Cony) was named Pitcher of the Week and freshman shortstop Lexi Colpack (Franklin, N.H. / Franklin) was named Rookie of the Week.

Player of the Week - Korrie Laren
Laren hit .379 (11-for-29) as she played in 10 of Thomas' 13 games down in Florida. The junior recorded nine runs, four RBI, two walks, and one homerun. She hit safely in eight of ten games, while posting three multi-hit games and scored a run in eight of 10 games played. Defensively, she recorded a .982 fielding percentage as she made just one error in 57 chances at first base.

Pitcher of the Week - Sonja Morse
Morse made six appearances and threw five complete games while posting a 4-2 record on the week. The junior recorded a 2.27 ERA and 24 strikeouts in six games. Her week was highlighted by a complete-game, 5-hit shutout as the Terriers defeated Hood 1-0 in eight innings. She also posted a seven-inning 2-1 win over Lawrence, as she scattered four hits, struck out five and didn't allow an earned run.

Rookie of the Week - Lexi Colpack
Colpack hit .357 (10-for-28) with three doubles, five RBI, four stolen bases, five walks, and six runs scored as the Terriers opened their season in Florida. The rookie hit safely in seven of the ten games in which she played. Colpack drove in a pair of runs in an 8-2 win over Worcester State. Then in an 11-2 win over Fredonia State, she was a factor in four of her team's runs as she hit an RBI double, drew two walks, and scored three runs. She had a career-high three hits, including an RBI double, in a 2-1 win over Lawrence and added two hits in a tough 8-7 loss to Buffalo State. Colpack also finished the week with a .441 on-base percentage and a .464 slugging percentage. The Terriers, who went 4-9 on their spring trip, return to New England Tuesday and return to the diamond on Thursday with a doubleheader at Endicott. First pitch for game one is scheduled for 3 p.m.