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Co-Players of the Week

Kaylan Jablonski, Nebraska

P – Jr. – Omaha, Neb. – Skutt Catholic

Registered a .545 batting average, .545 on-base percentage and 1.091 slugging percentage with three doubles, a home run, four RBI and three runs scored in the Huskers’ road sweep at No. 22/21 Wisconsin

Also earned all three pitching victories despite not starting once last week, throwing 20.0 innings in relief and posting a 2.45 ERA against the Big Ten’s top scoring team

Came off the bench to go 3-for-3 with a home run, a double and two RBI in Friday’s series opener against the Badgers

Earns her first career Player of the Week honor

Last Nebraska Player of the Week: MJ Knighten (March 20, 2017)

Emily Clark, Ohio State

C/2B – So. – Prospect, Ohio – North Union

Batted .875 with a .917 on-base percentage and 1.750 slugging percentage, while piling up two home runs, 11 RBI and seven runs scored in the Buckeyes’ four wins last week

Drove in a career-high five runs twice last week against Wright State and Rutgers and had multiple hits in three of four games

Finished the week by reaching base in 10 consecutive plate appearances

Earns her first career Player of the Week honor

Last Ohio State Player of the Week: Lilli Piper (March 27, 2017)

Pitcher of the Week

Megan Betsa, Michigan

P – Sr. – McDonough, Ga. – Union Grove

Tossed three complete-game shutouts as part of the Wolverines’ four victories last week, allowing six hits in 19.0 innings while striking out 28 batters and walking four

Hurled a one-hit shutout and struck out nine in Michigan’s midweek non-conference win at Central Michigan

Went the distance twice in blanking Big Ten foe Northwestern last weekend, including a 10-strikeout performance in a five-inning win on Saturday

Has recorded shutouts in her last seven starts, extending her current scoreless inning streak to 55 in a row, and she leads the nation with 221 strikeouts this season

Earns her 10th career Pitcher of the Week honor and fourth this season

Last Michigan Pitcher of the Week: Megan Betsa (March 27, 2017)

Freshman of the Week

Kendyl Lindaman, Minnesota

C – Ankeny, Iowa – Centennial

Compiled a .500 batting average, .700 on-base percentage and 2.000 slugging percentage with three home runs, eight RBI and four runs scored in the Golden Gophers’ series win at Illinois last weekend

Homered twice (the second a grand slam) in the fifth inning of Friday’s series opener on the way to driving in a career-high six runs, one shy of the school record

Also hit a home run in her first plate appearance on Saturday

Earns her fourth career Freshman of the Week honor

Last Minnesota Freshman of the Week: Kendyl Lindaman (March 27, 2017)