TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State senior pitcher Kathryn Sandercock won her third ACC Pitcher of the Week award of the season on Tuesday morning. This is the fourth time a Seminole has been named the ACC Pitcher of the Week as Makenna Reid won the award on Apr. 25, and Sandercock won the award on Mar. 28 and Apr. 11. This is the seventh time in her career that Sandercock has been named ACC Pitcher of the Week.
The senior from McLean, Va., put together another impressive performance this past weekend as she picked up three wins in three games against Louisville. On Friday night, Sandercock got the start and went five innings and allowed just two runs. Sandercock re-entered the game as the Cardinals trailed by two with the bases loaded and the nation’s home run leader up to bat. Sandercock recorded the strikeout to clinch the ACC Regular Season Championship for the Seminoles. In 6.2 innings on Saturday and Sunday, Sandercock allowed just one earned run on her way to two more victories. With Sunday’s win, Sandercock became just the fourth pitcher in school history to record 100 career wins.
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