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HenryLouisAaron

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This is what true freshman, Jocelyn Alo has done so far in the 2018 season:

 G   AB   H   2B  3B  HR  EBH  TB  HB  BB  SO  SF  SB  CS    R   RBI    BA     OBP     SLG      OPS
21   60  29    4    0    9    13   60    1  12    7    1    3    0    21   23   .483   .568   .1.000   1.568

She is one hit shy of having a .500 BA. 
She is averaging one HR per every 2.33 games. 
She is averaging one HR per every 6.67 at bats.
She is averaging one EBH per every 4.62 at bats.
She is averaging one run scored per game played.
She is averaging 1.10 RBI per game played. 
She has earned her way on base 57% of the time.
She is averaging one TB per at bat.

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List any other freshman players that might be deserving of Freshman POY - so far... 
and mention if they are a true freshman (or a red shirt freshman).
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Saw this https://m.herosports.com/d1-softball/vote-freshman-best-start-season-haff-prebble-novegil-blbl
Only 5 out of hundreds of candidates I think Aaliyah Jordan, gabbie plain are strong candidates for FPOTY.
Way too many great freshmen to narrow then down, I think once conference play starts we will see which play separates them selves from the rest.
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I think I'll reevaluate the end of April beginning of may.
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Lynn-Holly Johnson has looked good....Well, Roger Moore thought so.....
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It is Aaliyah Jordan's to lose... though she will be facing much better pitching than Alo going forth.

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It is Aaliyah Jordan's to lose... though she will be facing much better pitching than Alo going forth.



Rename the award UCLA RSFPOY...
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I don't like the rules, but that's them
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Yeah, it's early but here are Jordan and Plain's stats for comparison:

Jordan, .537 ba, .598 obp, .896 slg, 1.494 ops

Plain, 9-0, 50.1 ip, 71 so, 17 bb, 23 hits, .79 whip, .131 ba/a, .42 era
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If Plain keeps that pretty 0 in the loss column through the Pac, she may have a Pac claim.... But I would never give it to a Saturday starter over an everyday, top-of-the-order stud
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If Plain keeps that pretty 0 in the loss column through the Pac, she may have a Pac claim.... But I would never give it to a Saturday starter over an everyday, top-of-the-order stud


SOS has to be taken into account as well...
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If Mady J can come back to full strength, the UCLA line-up will be INSANE!
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SOS has to be taken into account as well...
LOL.... both those team's 'strength' of schedule has been about the same

And Sooners lighter
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If Mady J can come back to full strength, the UCLA line-up will be INSANE!
When does the quarter end?
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LOL.... both those team's 'strength' of schedule has been about the same

And Sooners lighter


When measured by owp only (from the ncaa site, numbers in parens are national rank):

WA - .596 (34)
UCLA - .595 (36)
OK - .552 (86)

Plain will be fine with SOS as she goes forward in the pac. She already has more than 1/3 of her innings against top 40 rpi teams, and should get good innings against the best of the pac if she can handle it.
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When does the quarter end?

March 23rd, If you’re thinking it’s for academic reasons, I’m in the same boat.

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When measured by owp only (from the ncaa site, numbers in parens are national rank):

WA - .596 (34)
UCLA - .595 (36)
OK - .552 (86)

Plain will be fine with SOS as she goes forward in the pac. She already has more than 1/3 of her innings against top 40 rpi teams, and should get good innings against the best of the pac if she can handle it.
Well, against the Pac's No. 2 pitchers
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Well, against the Pac's No. 2 pitchers


Sure. For the most part (although she may get some Alvelo trouble innings too). Same lineups though. 
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Agreed
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An advantage Plain has is that nobody in the Pac has seen her. They're very familiar with Alvelo.
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Michigan pitcher Beaubien could make a strong case by the end of the year
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She could get in there, for sure
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An advantage Plain has is that nobody in the Pac has seen her.
Umps definitely haven't seen her...LOL
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What an informative list of information. It is useful for freshmen as it will guide them get information for their continued study. They can get <A href="http://primeacademicessays.com/case-studies/">Case Study Papers</A> that will be useful in their studies and assignments
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Henry: how arrogant of you to elevate Alo to the same level as those real superstars. Sacrilige.
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Henry started the thread.... we all knew that he was going to post about one person. He received the required response
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Henry started the thread.... we all knew that he was going to post about one person. He received the required response


Henry gave his opinion regarding FPOY. Everyone else knows a Big 12 player could never qualify. No problem.
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Paige Parker won in 2015
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Paige Parker won it in 2015
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Over the pitcher that beat her twice in supers that year
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