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ELMURST, Ill. – Krista Menke earned her third-straight Pitcher of the Week honor by The Summit League on Monday.
Menke threw two complete games, her fifth in the last six games, and the Bison pushed their record to 6-0 in league play.
North Dakota State freshman Krista Menke was named the Summit League softball pitcher of the week for the second straight week.
She posted a 5-2 record with three shutouts in NDSU’s Spring Break trip. She struck out 45 batters, walked 12 and gave up seven earned runs in 48.1 innings.
INDIANAPOLIS – Krista Menke allowed one earned run on four hits in seven innings as North Dakota State defeated Indiana-Purdue Indianapolis 4-3 in Summit League softball Saturday.
Brea Konz homered and drove in three runs for the Bison (19-11, 3-0 Summit).
WACO, Texas – North Dakota State’s softball team lost a pair of one run games on Tuesday in Texas.
Courtney Repka and Liz Paul combined to pitch a shutout for Baylor and a 1-0 victory.
Taylor Mortensen scored two runs for NDSU in a 6-5 loss to Texas-San Antonio.
ELHURST, Ill. – North Dakota State’s Krista Menke and IPFW’s Courtney Cornin were named the Summit League’s co-pitchers of the week Monday.
Menke threw her first career no-hitter against Liberty in a 1-0 Bison win on Saturday.
One of the most successful coaches in North Dakota State athletics history may be on the move. Head softball coach Darren Mueller interviewed at the University of Minnesota this week and is one of four finalists for the position.
The final out of the final game had been recorded, and players and coaches on the North Dakota State softball team exchanged hugs and a few tears before meeting with family and friends on their way to the team bus.
Howie Stalwick (Special to The Forum)
, May 24, 2010
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