COD Softball freshman right handed starting pitcher Lauren Robinson (La Quinta H.S.) was named the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference's (PCAC) Female Athlete of the Month for the month of March.
According to the release, issued by PCAC Sports Information Director, Brad Hoiseth, "Robinson was a solid performer for the Roadrunners in the circle, at the plate and at the hot corner this past month as Desert captured six wins in March. She the month reaching base 30 times in 46 plate appearances. The month included 19 totals hits, nine doubles and two home runs for a .528 batting average. Robinson had 16 RBI's in her 14 games that COD played, which also included eight runs-scored, six bases-on-balls, four hit-by-pitches and two stolen bases.
In the circle Robinson appeared in 12 games, starting nine of them earning four wins versus three loses and one no decision, she struck out 36 batters in 55.1 innings of work. Robinson ended the month of March with the No. 5 batting average in the state."
Robinson was not the only Roadrunner honored by the PCAC for the month of March as Desert Men's Tennis freshman Manfred Vogt (Mexico City (MX) Universidad Panamerican Preparatoria) was named Honorable Mention.
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