Sophomore Saydee Terrell was a one woman wrecking squad over the weekend, earning her the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference Player of the Week distinction for the first time in her career. In four games, at the dish, she knocked six balls out of the park totaling 11 RBIs. The Chariton, Iowa native also doubled and scored six runs herself. In the field from three different positions, Terrell had no errors in nine chances.
The versatile Terrell has played four key positions this year for the Tigers: catcher, pitcher, shortstop, and centerfield. Her willingness and athletic ability has given the Tigers depth during injuries this season. Through 14 games at the plate, she is carrying a .359 batting average, with all 6 of her homeruns coming last weekend. She also has 13 RBIs, 11 runs scored, and 1 stolen base.
The Tigers will bring their 4-13 record back to Marshalltown where they will square off against Graceland on Thursday in a double header starting at 2PM and William Penn on Saturday in a double header starting at 1PM.