Senior pitcher Georgina Corrick’s record-breaking season has earned her a spot as a top three finalist to be named USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year.
With this title being the most prestigious in Division I college softball, it comes as no surprise Corrick has been named a finalist.
Alongside Corrick are two other players, the reigning player of the year utility Jocelyn Alo from Oklahoma and infielder Baylee Klingler from Washington.
Corrick has tossed over 266 innings, with 407 strikeouts along with 20 shutouts. She also is ranked third in the country for her 0.53 ERA and has 36 wins. If her statistics don’t already say enough, she has broken 17 records since being at USF.
She has already been named AAC pitcher of the year for four consecutive years, the only pitcher who has been able to do so in the conference ever.
The player of the year will be announced at a team-only banquet in Oklahoma City on May 31 before the beginning of the Women’s College World Series.