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Pitcher and Catcher Power Rankings: Week 7

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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.

Megan Faraimo has led the charge during UCLA’s 21-game winning streak. She also leads our pitcher power rankings. Oregon State’s Mariah Mazon finds a place in the rankings after returning from injury with a dominant start against Stanford, but nine of the pitchers who appeared two weeks ago stay in the top 10. Check out the full list below.

Pitcher Power Rankings: Week 7

Rank Name School Previous Rank Stats as of 3/27
1 Megan Faraimo UCLA 7 13-1, 1.34 ERA, 171 K, 17 BB, .160 B/AVG, 99.1 IP
2 Kathryn Sandercock Florida State 5 15-0, 0.82 ERA, 86 K, 11 BB, .173 B/AVG, 93.2 IP
3 Danielle WIlliams Northwestern 6 13-1, 0.81 ERA, 159 K, 29 BB, .130 B/AVG, 103.1 IP
4 Georgina Corrick USF 1 22-3, 0.48 ERA, 248 K, 15 BB, .119 B/AVG, 162 IP
5 Keely Rochard Virginia Tech 8 13-2, 1.13 ERA, 165 K, 24 BB, .145 B/AVG, 92.2 IP
6 Jordy Bahl Oklahoma 4 12-0, 1.03 ERA, 116 K, 15 BB, .122 B/AVG, 69.2 IP
7 Alex Storako Michigan 2 13-2, 1.19 ERA, 147 K, 24 BB, .154 B/AVG, 88.1 IP
8 Montana Fouts Alabama 3 15-1, 1.76 ERA, 155 K, 23 BB, .177 B/AVG, 91.2 IP
9 Kelly Maxwell Oklahoma State 10 11-0, 1.14 ERA, 145 K, 37 BB, .127 B/AVG, 79.2 IP
10 Mariah Mazon Oregon State NR 9-3, 0.90 ERA, 105 K, 9 BB, .180 B/AVG, 79.2 IP

While Oklahoma’s Kinzie Hansen will likely return to the rankings soon, she exits for now after limited at-bats in March. Florida State’s Michaela Edenfield takes her place. Check out the rest of the rankings below.

Catcher Power Rankings: Week 7

Rank Name School Previous Rank Stats as of 3/27
1 Taylor Ellsworth Arkansas 2 .410 BA, 1.266 OPS, 12 2B, 6 HR, 26 RBI, 7 CSB, 5 SBA, 2 PB, 2 E , .990 FLD%
2 Ally Shipman Alabama 3 .395 BA, 1.165 OPS, 9 2B, 5 HR, 35 RBI, 1 CSB, 6 SBA, 5 PB, 1.000 FLD%
3 Kayla Kowalik Kentucky 4 .469 BA, 1.136 OPS, 3 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 18 RBI, 11 SB, 7 CSB, 14 SBA, 1 PB, 1 E, .993 FLD%
4 Mia Davidson Mississippi State 5 .395 BA, 1.530 OPS, 8 2B, 13 HR, 29 RBI, 19 BB, 3 CSB, 9 SBA, 2 PB, 2 E, .990 FLD%
5 Michaela Edenfield Florida State NR .346 BA, 1.341 OPS, 3 2B, 12 HR, 33 RBI, 22 BB, 3 CSB, 9 SBA, 4 PB, 1.000 FLD%

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