Cuyahoga, Sinclair Reps Earn Weekly Honors

Cuyahoga, Sinclair Reps Earn Weekly Honors

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – Cuyahoga Softball and Sinclair Baseball swept the OCCAC weekly awards for March 25-31. Breanna Musick (Cuyahoga) and Brandon DeWitt (Sinclair) were unanimous choices for the conference’s Position Player of the Week distinction while Lyndsey Baglia (Cuyahoga) and Jake Webb (Sinclair) also garnered all first-place votes Pitcher of the Week.

Sinclair Community College | Baseball Player of the Week
DeWitt put together three straight multi-hit games during a 4-0 week for the Tartan Pride, going 6-for-7 (.857) with a double and two RBI. He drew three walks as well, posting a .900 on-base percentage and whopping 2.043 OPS for the week. In the one game out of the batting order, DeWitt earned a win on the mound by working two innings of shutout relief and striking out five of seven batters faced.

Cuyahoga Community College | Softball Player of the Week
Musick rode a four-game hitting streak through the week as the Triceratops picked up three victories. She batted .500 (8-16) with two doubles and two RBI. Musick sped around the basepaths with two stolen bases and seven runs scored, including at least one tally in all four contests. She added two walks for a .556 on-base percentage and posted a 1.181 OPS for the week.

Sinclair Community College | Baseball Pitcher of the Week
Webb hurled a six-inning complete game win in OCCAC action, lifting The Express past Mercyhurst North East in a 12-2 victory. He surrendered four hits and a walk while allowing two unearned runs sprouted by defensive errors behind him. Webb eliminated 10 batters via the strikeout. He picked up this same award earlier this season on March 4.

Cuyahoga Community College | Softball Pitcher of the Week
Baglia made three appearances, including two starts, which spanned 15.1 innings pitched. She earned more wins (3) than runs allowed (2) while scattering a dozen hits and issuing zero walks. Baglia fanned 13 batters in the pair of complete-game starts and 3.2 innings of relief.