Freshman Paige Affleck recorded her first career no-hitter last week. (Photo by Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)
The Top Performers of the Week feature highlights the top athletes of each sport currently in play. Check back each week to see which athletes are standing out in Cougar sports.
Paige Affleck -- Softball -- Freshman -- New Harmony, Utah
BYU freshman Paige Affleck recorded her first collegiate no-hitter in BYU's win over New Mexico. The New Harmony, Utah, went the distance and recorded her ninth complete game when she struck out nine Lobo batters. She went 3-0 over the week, pitching 18.1 innings while allowing only three runs, combining for a 1.15 ERA this week. She is now 14-3 in her rookie season, averaging eight strike outs per game.
Kristin Delahoussaye -- Softball -- Freshman -- Las Vegas, Nevada
Freshman Kristin Delahoussaye was 9-for-17 with five starts in five games over the week. Against Utah Valley, Delahoussaye scored safely three times, including the first run of the game and a solo home run in the seventh. Against Colorado State she also scored three times, going 3-for-5 with a three-run homer to extend the Cougars lead to 11-6. In the Cougars' second meeting with New Mexico, Delaoussaye notched 4 RBI for the first time in her career. She was 3-for-4 on the game. Over the five games she maintained a .636 on base percentage.
Sean McNaughton -- Baseball -- Sophomore -- Lakewood, Wash.
McNaughton batted .444 with 12 hits, three doubles a triple two homers nine RBI, 23 total bases, one walk and a slugging average of .852 in 27 at bats. His two-run homer in the sixth inning was a back-breaker in BYU's 10-4 victory on May 9 over San Diego State, putting BYU up 8-3 at that time. It was his 14th homer of the season. He led off that game with a single and scored BYU's run that inning and stole second that inning. He was thrown out trying to steal home the next inning. The Washington native had back-to-back doubles in the fifth and sixth innings in the opener against Washington State, the latter of which was a two-run blast which tied the game at 6-6.