College softball roundup

James Wood

Lindsey Anderson, Shepherd: A sophomore catcher/infielder, Anderson started seven games and hit .316 (6 for 19) with two runs, four RBIs, two doubles and one triple. The NCAA Division II Rams of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference went 4-6. As a freshman in 2019, Anderson played in 46 games (19 starts) and hit .273 (18 for 66). Anderson had two home runs, 18 RBIs, 13 runs, four doubles, two stolen bases and 14 walks. Shepherd set a school record for victories and went 42-18 (23-9 in its last year in the MEC) and won the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional. West Chester beat the Rams 2 games to 1 in the Super Regionals.

Becca Boone, Eastern Mennonite: A freshman catcher and infielder, Boone played in eight games and hit .250 (4 for 16) with one run and one RBI. The NCAA Division III Royals of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference went 4-8.

Lauren King, Quinnipiac: A sophomore pitcher, King did not see any action. The NCAA Division I Bobcats went 2-9. As a freshman in 2019, King was named to the All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rookie team, appearing in 40 games (15 starts, a conference-high 25 relief appearances). King pitched 127.2 innings and went 8-8 with one save and a 2.52 ERA. King’s .220 opposing batting average was fourth-best in the conference. King struck out 60 batters and walked 74. Quinnipiac went 17-33 (8-12 MAAC). According to James Wood coach Todd Baker, King is now at Oklahoma City University, an NAIA school that plays in the Sooner Athletic Conference.

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