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Pitcher and Catcher Power Rankings: Week 5

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Our power rankings are based upon identifying the best and most valuable college softball players for the 2022 season and will be released bi-monthly throughout the season.

Georgina Corrick takes the crown as the nation’s best pitcher. How can you argue against her 0.06 ERA, 169 strikeouts and just seven walks? You can’t because those are beyond video game numbers. Auburn’s Maddie Penta is the newest addition to the list, as the sophomore has continued to rack up the wins and Ks for the ranked Tigers. Check out the rest of the rankings below:

Pitcher Power Rankings: Week 5

Rank Name School Previous Rank Stats as of 3/13
1 Georgina Corrick USF 7 17-0, 0.06 ERA, 169 SO, 7 BB, .094 B/AVG, 111 IP
2 Alex Storako Michigan 2 12-0, 0.79 ERA, 122 SO, 21 BB, .135 B/AVG, 71.1 IP
3 Montana Fouts Alabama 1 11-0, 1.20 ERA, 108 SO, 18 BB, .159 B/AVG, 64.1 IP
4 Jordy Bahl Oklahoma 8 8-0, 0.94 ERA, 78 SO, 12 BB, .119 B/AVG, 47.2 IP
5 Kathryn Sandercock Florida State 6 11-0, 0.89 ERA, 71 SO, 8 BB, .174 B/AVG 70.2 IP
6 Danielle WIlliams Northwestern 5 9-1, 0.96 ERA, 101 SO, 18 BB, .146 B/AVG, 73 IP
7 Megan Faraimo UCLA 9 9-1, 1.53 ERA, 132 SO, 9 BB, .153 B/AVG, 73 IP
8 Keely Rochard Virginia Tech 3 10-2, 1.26 ERA, 138 SO, 19 BB, .144 B/AVG, 78 IP
9 Maddie Penta Auburn NR 15-0, 1.16 ERA, 130 SO, 15 BB, .153 B/AVG, 78.1 IP
10 Kelly Maxwell Oklahoma State 10 6-0, 1.04 ERA, 92 SO, 23 BB, .137 B/AVG, 53.2 IP

Taylor Ellsworth, the Arkansas backstop, has been great since transferring to Fayetteville. Not only does she have 11 doubles and five home runs, she’s caught seven runners stealing. Oklahoma’s Kinzie Hansen, Alabama’s Ally Shipman and Kentucky’s Kayla Kowalik all remain on the list. Check out the rest of the rankings below:

Catcher Power Rankings: Week 5

Rank Name School Previous Rank Stats as of 3/13
1 Kinzie Hansen Oklahoma 1 .457 BA, 1.316 OPS, 5 2B, 4 HR, 11 RBI, 1 CSB, 5 SBA, 1 PB, 2 E, .984 FLD%
2 Taylor Ellsworth Arkansas NR .460 BA, 1.414 OPS, 11 2B, 5 HR, 24 RBI, 7 CSB, 5 SBA, 1 PB, 2 E, .988 FLD%
3 Ally Shipman Alabama 3 .407 BA, 1.202 OPS, 5 2B, 4 HR, 27 RBI, 20 R, 1 CSB, 3 SBA, 1 PB, 1.000 FLD%
4 Kayla Kowalik Kentucky 2 .493 BA, 1.200 OPS, 2 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 17 RBI, 25 R, 5 CSB, 12 SBA, 0 PB, 1 E, .991 FLD%
5 Mia Davidson Mississippi State NR .409 BA, 1.571 OPS, 8 2B, 11 HR, 26 RBI, 15 BB, 3 CSB, 7 SBA, 1 E, .993 FLD%

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