GLENDORA - Antelope Valley College freshman hurler Briana Garrett and Santiago Canyon College sophomore second baseman Alyssa Enriquez took home the California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association (3CFCA) Pitcher and Player of the Week honors for the first week of the 2019 CCCAA Softball season.
Briana Garrett | Antelope Valley College | Freshman | Pitcher
Garrett helped the Marauders out to a fast 4-1 start during the first week of competition. Garrett pitcher a no-hitter in her opening start, coming up a walk shy of a perfect game. In the season-opener, Garrett fanned 13 batters. Including the no-no, Garrett went 3-0 in 18 innings of work, allowing just two earned runs while striking out a total of 24 batters. Garrett prepped at Quartz Hill High School and hails from Lancaster.
Alyssa Enriquez | Santiago Canyon College | Sophomore | Second Baseman
Enriquez and the Hawks took on a brutal schedule in its opening weekend. Santiago opened up its season with games against the top two teams in the state (No. 1 Mt. San Antonio and No. 2 College of San Mateo) and then played a third against SoCal No. 8 Bakersfield College. The Hawks ended up 2-2 on the weekend and Enriquez proved her worth by hitting .500. She went 1 for 2 against Mt. SAC and 2 for 2 with a pair of runs in SCC’s win over San Mateo. It was her performance in the final game of the weekend that sealed the award though, as she was 2 for 3 with a pair of runs, two RBIs, and the walk-off home run against Cerritos College. Enriquez prepped at Villa Park High School in Villa Park.
(Andrew Wheeler, 3CFCA)