FRESNO, Calif. - Fresno State's Michelle Moses has been named the Verizon Western Athletic Conference Hitter of the Week for April 18-24. This is the second hitting award (third overall WAC honor) of the season and fifth of her career for Moses.
Moses, a junior first baseman/pitcher from Paso Robles, Calif., blasted three home runs, including her third career grand slam, hit an opposite field RBI triple, recorded a 1.333 slugging percentage with nine RBI and scored six runs to power Fresno State to a second-straight WAC sweep on the road at Utah State.
She started the series with the grand slam in the Dogs' 5-3 win over the Aggies and drilled two more home runs as Fresno State downed USU 7-1 in the second end of the Friday doubleheader in Logan.
To close the series, Moses' RBI triple started the scoring in a game where Fresno State scored the most runs (16) in 14 years. Moses added an RBI single later in the game to improve to 5-for-12 (.417) in the three-game series.
Other Hitter of the Week nominees included: Boise State's Christina Capobianco hit .300 with a pair of home runs on the week ... Heather Doiron of Louisiana Tech hit .556 with a pair of multi-hit games last week ... Nevada's Lauren Lastrapes hit .400 with a homer last week ... Tehani Kaaihue of New Mexico State hit .500 with two homers last week ... Utah State's Shasta Tyteca hit .400 with two runs, two RBI and two stolen bases on the week.
"We Are You Team!" - The Dogs take off to Boise April 29-30 for their last WAC road series of the season. Fresno State then return home May 6-7 to host Nevada at Bulldog Diamond.
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