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Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Softball Awards 2014
2014 Softball team starts the season working hard to stay high above the rest
The Southwestern Softball team started the 2014 year with an adventure to conquer their fears and become closer as a team at the UC Irvine Team Up Challenge Course. Drew the programs lead and his student assistants helped guide the fastpitch team on an all day journey to learn each others strengths and weaknesses. The ladies learned new things about each other and themselves elevating and transporting themselves 4 stories high through the air.
This high flying adventure ended with a zip lining symbolizing that through hard work, and adversity the team can find success only with each other. Come watch the Jaguars as they conquer their challenges on the field en route to the 2014 State Championship!
April 1, 2014
Brianna Conser, a freshman from Hilltop High, was 7-for-14 in four games for the Jaguars.
March 24, 2014
Jessica Thompson, a sophomore catcher from Steele Canyon High School, had a 4-for-8 week. She went 2-for-2 with two RBIs in a 2-1 win over Southern California No. 10-ranked Citrus and was 1-for-3 vs. both state No. 2 Palomar and Long Beach City College.
March 18, 2014
Sydni Toilolo, a freshman third baseman from Helix Charter, went 6-for-12 with two homers, two doubles and seven RBIs. She homered in a loss to state No. 9 ranked and Southern California No. 5 Mt. SAC and in a win vs. Southern California No. 8 Hancock. Toilolo also was 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs in a win over Mt. San Jacinto.
March 11, 2014
Sydni Toilolo, a freshman from Helix High, had a 7-for-18 week with a double, four home runs, nine runs scored and seven RBIs. She helped the Jaguars beat San Diego City 11-2 in a PCAC game, then win four of five games in the 37th Golden West Tournament, where they lost in the championship game to East Los Angeles 6-1.
February 26, 2014
Ariel Bochniak, sophomore shortstop from Hilltop High School, hit safely in all seven games as the Jaguars won five of seven games.
Ariel went 11-for-22 for the week with two home runs, five doubles and 15 RBIs. She started the week with a double and run scored in an 8-4 win vs. IVC, then caught fire in six straight non-conference games.
February 18, 2014
Chelsea Aguilar, a freshman pitcher from Serra High School, beat PCAC rival Grossmont 4-2 with a complete game last Wednesday.
Aguilar allowed two runs over eight innings and pitched the Jaguars out of multiple jams, stranding eight runners.