YORK, Pa. – The Capital Athletic Conference announced its weekly awards for softball on Monday afternoon and Salisbury University seniors Kim Dorsey and Annah Brittingham were each honored by the league.
Brittingham collected her second Pitcher of the Week honor while Dorsey claimed co-Player of the Week accolades for their performances in doubleheader sweeps against Stevenson University and Southern Virginia University.
Dorsey slugged four home runs while batting .692 during the four games, going 9-for-13 at the plate. She had six extra-base hits, adding a pair of doubles to her totals, while scoring 11 runs and driving in 13 during the week. Her four home runs gave her 31 for her career which moved her into third on Salisbury's career list.
Brittingham was named the league's top pitcher of the week with two complete-game shutouts, including the first perfect game of her career. She started the week with a three-hit complete-game win against Stevenson, striking out six in her seven innings. On the weekend, she did not allow a base runner for the 13th perfect game in Salisbury softball history, striking out four and notching 11 groundouts in the five-inning win against the Knights.
The Sea Gulls return to action this Saturday, April 9 hosting York College of Pennsylvania for a doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m.