State collegiate sports notes: UW-Oshkosh has WIAC baseball and softball Players of the WeekWisconsin Sports
- Nolan Fadness of UW-Oshkosh has been named the WIAC’s baseball position player-of-the-week and Whitney Tornow of Oshkosh is the softball position-player-of-the-week,
Nolan Fadness of UW-Oshkosh has been named the WIAC’s baseball position player-of-the-week. Jason Hooper of UW-Whitewater is the league’s top pitcher.
Hooper, a senior right-hander, threw a no-hitter against Stout last Sunday. He struck out eight and walked three. Fadness, a junior outfielder, went 8-for-16 in five games last week with two homers, two triples, 10 RBI’s, 10 runs scored, and three stolen bases.
In softball, Whitney Tornow of Oshkosh is the position-player-of-the-week, and Jessica Stang of Whitewater is the honored pitcher. Tornow, a senior outfielder, went 12-for-14 in a pair of double-headers with three homers, four doubles, and 10 RBI’s. Stang, a junior right-hander, struck out 18 batters in 13 innings in a pair of Whitewater victories over Wheaton and UW-Platteville. Opponents only hit .111 against her.
The WIAC also recognized Lynn Oyawiri of Platteville and Stephanie Perleberg of UW-La Crosse in outdoor track, and Andy Novak of La Crosse and Ellie Sitek of Oshkosh in field events.
Luke Kostreva of Lawrence in Appleton is the baseball position player-of-the-week in the Midwest Conference, and Kurt Roeder of Ripon is the honored pitcher.
Kostreva, a senior first baseman, went 11-for-17 in a four-game series against Carroll with three homers, three doubles, and 10 RBI’s. He had a .714 on-base percentage, and a slugging percentage of one-point-three-five-three. Roeder, a junior, tossed a three-hitter in Ripon’s 4-nothing shutout of Beloit.