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Lombardi, Parks Excel For NCAA Tournament Bound Squads

5/14/2018

Julia Lombardi homered twice and Trish Parks tossed 12.0 scoreless innings as this week’s softball honorees.

JULIA LOMBARDI, LONG BEACH STATE – FIELD PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Senior • OF • Stevenson Ranch, Calif. • West Ranch HS

➜ Long Beach State senior Julia Lombardi posted her second career Big West Softball Field Player of the Week award – and first since 2016 – as she was instrumental in a series victory over CSUN to close out the regular season.

➜ Lombardi batted .556 (5-for-9) with three runs scored and five RBIs to help the Beach take two of three games from the Matadors.

➜ The outfielder homered twice in the series for her fourth and fifth jacks of the year.

➜ Lombardi’s two-run bomb in game one proved the difference in the 7-6 win.  She finished the contest 2-for-3 with two runs scored and a walk

➜ She posted her second two-hit effort in a 9-1, five-inning victory in game two.  She had a pair of RBI singles to contribute to the run-rule rout. 

➜ Lombardi tied the game in the sixth inning of the series finale with her second home run of the series.

➜ She finished the week with a .600 on-base percentage and 1.222 slugging percentage.

Others nominated: Deshea Hill (Cal State Fullerton); Savannah Horvath (CSUN); Isabella Leon (UC Davis); Jenae Lockwood (UC Riverside); Sierra Altmeyer (UC Santa Barbara); Danielle Garcielita (Hawai‘i)

TRISH PARKS, CAL STATE FULLERTON – PITCHER OF THE WEEK
Junior • RHP • Chino Hills, Calif. • Arizona

➜ Cal State Fullerton junior Trish Parks threw 12.0 scoreless innings over three appearances against UC Riverside to capture her first career Big West Softball Pitcher of the Week award.

➜ The right-hander was the winning pitcher in Saturday’s 8-0, five-inning win that clinched the Big West regular season championship for the Titans.

➜ Parks threw a two-hit shutout – her third of the year – against the Highlanders.  She walked one and struck out seven.  She allowed only three baserunners in the game.

➜ She came on in relief in the regular season finale, tossing 6.1 scoreless innings in a 2-1, eight-inning win.  Parks scattered three hits in collecting her 10th win of the season.

➜ Parks made a brief appearance in a 4-2 loss in game one.  She retired both hitters she faced in her 0.2 innings of work.

Others nominated: Dakota Casper (Cal Poly); Jillian James (CSUN); Katie Kibby (UC Davis); Hailey Dolcini (UC Riverside); Veronika Gulvin (UC Santa Barbara)

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