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Chester45

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Alo 16 homeruns. LSU team 19 homeruns. Nuff said.
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Alo 16 homeruns. LSU team 19 homeruns. Nuff said.


Incredible that she is able to keep up with howard dobson's potent offense, like its that difficult. JK 


But Alo is the real deal and is a phenomenal talent. Won't be fun for a lot of teams to have to deal with her for many more years. She is fun to watch


And if I am not mistaken LSU is now at 24 homers due to the homerun derby LSU participated in at Lake Charles earlier this week 
TyCobb

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Sydney Sherrill, FSU, has had a good year so far.  Not better than Alo though. 
Drop_Curve

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Jordan at UCLA has my vote only because she doesn't look/play like a freshman. She is very solid all around and understands her swing. She holds an important place in the lineup and does well in the OF. I wouldn't be shocked to see her win it especially if her average stays as high as it is.
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Haff’s ERA is .92 I think if she continues to hold it down like that, that she could win just as easily as Alo.
her1fan

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I say Meghan Beaubien from Michigan! 
3leftturns

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102 OWP vs. 39 OWP

In the pitching flight, it is Haff's to lose at this point
Scupino

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I say Meghan Beaubien from Michigan! 


        Yes her
Sec_fan91

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        Yes her


Ehhhhh, I don’t think so. She has been good, but I don’t think she has been great enough to outshine Alo or Haff.
Softballjunkie223

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I think it's between alo or Aaliyah Jordan
3leftturns

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Haff is in the picture, too.... but, yeah, it is Alo's to lose with that massive long-ball number
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Gabbie Plain in the mix.
Kurosawa

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Plain with a perfect game against Utah. 12-0 (5).
3leftturns

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Can't toss it to a No. 2 pitcher with 80 IP now over Haff or Beaubien.

Also, she has done great against Cal, Stanford and Utah, but against the Arizona teams, not as much.
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Can't toss it to a No. 2 pitcher with 80 IP now over Haff or Beaubien.

Also, she has done great against Cal, Stanford and Utah, but against the Arizona teams, not as much.
IDK, 5 ER over 12 innings ain't shabby.

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3leftturns

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2.92 ERA
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Can't toss it to a No. 2 pitcher with 80 IP now over Haff or Beaubien.

Also, she has done great against Cal, Stanford and Utah, but against the Arizona teams, not as much.


+1
And as illegal as KB. Do we continue to reward that?
CoachZ

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Haff with a 1 hit shutout against USC today.
3leftturns

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There absolutely should be a Frosh PiOY and POY award
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There absolutely should be a Frosh PiOY and POY award


I agree!
steelman

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How does Dandola of Hofstra stack up against the rest of the freshmen pitchers?
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3leftturns

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I believe she pitched really well in Tallahassee, IIRC

She would be in a third flight behind Beaubien, Haff-caliber, and then behind Plain-caliber....IMHO

Very good youngster

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I told you so, to whoever it was before the season who questioned whether Hutch would let Beaubien be the ace. 23-2 record, 135.1 innings pitched, 57 hits. 0.83 era, .125 BA for opponents.
MOJOERASER

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Alo addded another homerun today....
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Ehhhhh, I don’t think so. She has been good, but I don’t think she has been great enough to outshine Alo or Haff.


       Beaubien outplayed Haff this past weekend
3leftturns

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       Beaubien outplayed Haff this past weekend
PUHHHHHLEASE....Michigan played Penn freaking State
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PUHHHHHLEASE....Michigan played Penn freaking State


This
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PUHHHHHLEASE....Michigan played Penn freaking State


        And the Backs play St. Louis tomorrow in a double dip
Scupino

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This


       Zerbe: Do you still have the 1995 WCWS ring?
oaklandfan02

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How about Danielle Gibson at ASU?  .413/.827/.492.  11 bombs on the year.
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