khaner | Posted: 3 Apr 2017 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Alldredge, Bull take WCC weekly awards

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. – For the third time this season, BYU softball swept the WCC weekly awards with Caitlyn Larsen Alldredge winning player of the week and McKenna Bull taking pitcher of the week.

This is the first WCC Player of the Week nod of Alldredge’s career, while for Bull, this is the fifth WCC Pitcher of the Week honor of the year, third in a row. BYU also swept the weekly awards in week two when Rylee Jensen and Kerisa Viramontes won and in week four when Libby Sugg and Bull took the honors.

Alldredge went 4 for 6 in the three games played in Oregon last week. She had a 1.500 slugging percentage and a .750 on-base percentage to go with her .667 batting average. She notched four runs, two doubles, one RBI and a home run in her strong effort. At No. 1/3 Oregon, she went 2 for 2 and in the first game of the series at Oregon State, she crossed home plate a career-high three times. In that same game, she went 1 for 1, her lone hit being a home run.

In 13.1 innings pitched this week, Bull had a 0.53 ERA and .146 opponent batting average. She also notched 19 strikeouts with just one earned run, three walks and seven hits over the week. Against No. 1/3 Oregon, she gave up no runs and just three hits while tossing eight strikeouts in the tight 1-0 loss. In the complete game win at Oregon State, Bull threw 10 strikeouts, her third game this season with double-digit strikeouts.

To see the conference’s release, head to the WCC’s website.

Player of the Week also nominated: Hannah Crew, Saint Mary's
Pitcher of the Week also nominated: Katie Moss, Sainty Mary's; Megan Sabbatini, San Diego