University of South Florida pitcher Georgina Corrick was even more dominant than people might have believed.
She became the first pitcher in NCAA softball history to lead the nation in wins, ERA and strikeouts in the same season.
She earned the triple crown with a 0.51 ERA, 37 wins and 418 strikeouts.
Corrick completed her career at USF by tying or breaking 40 school or American Athletic Conference records.
She was taken in the Athletes Unlimited College Draft earlier this year and will play for Team Great Britain alongside fellow USF alum Lauren Evans at the Women’s Softball European Championships.
– Joe Henderson, Extensive Enterprises Media