Apr 08, 2019
|NESCAC Spring Weekly Release #6|
|Men's Lacrosse Player of the Week|
Junior • Attack • Westfield, Mass.
After breaking the Bates career assists record last week with his 112th, Chlastawa dished out nine more assists in a 2-0 week for the Bobcats and added six goals for 15 points. He had four goals and three assists in a 14-12 win at Bowdoin, followed by two goals and six assists at Connecticut College. Chlastawa leads the NESCAC in assists (41)and points (67).
|Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week|
Junior • Attack • Wayne, Pa.
Games netted 10 goals, won five draw controls, and dished out three assists to notch 13 points in a 3-0 week for the Jumbos. Games tallied four goals, an assist, and three draw controls in a 21-13 win over Williams. She followed up with three goals and two assists in a 17-10 win over Wesleyan, going 3-for-4 on free position shots. She added three goals and caused three turnovers in a 24-10 victory over Babson.
|Baseball Player of the Week|
First Year • Infielder • Marietta, Ga.
Jareno had multiple hits in all five games in a 3-2 week, batting .478 and slugging .739 with three doubles, one home run, one stolen base, three runs scored, and five RBIs. Jareno hit a solo home run in the fourth inning and doubled home the go-ahead run in the eighth inning in Bates’ 5-2 victory over Trinity on Saturday as the Bobcats won the series over the Bantams.
|Baseball Pitcher of the Week
Senior • Pitcher • San Francisco, Calif.
Ferrero threw a complete game shutout in a 7-0 win over Williams to help the Mammoths win the series over the Ephs. He struck out six batters and gave up four hits over seven innings.
|Softball Player of the Week|
Senior • Catcher/Utility • Studio City, Calif.
Yzaguirre hit .438 (7-for-16) with eight runs scored, four RBIs, and a .938 slugging percentage in a 4-1 week. Five of her seven hits went for extra bases and she walked twice. In a 7-6 win over Wesleyan, she went 3-for-3 with a walk, two triples, and scored three runs. She doubled and drove in a run in Game 2 versus the Cardinals Saturday. She drove in a run and scored at least once in four of the five games on the week.S he went 2-for-3 and doubled in Game 1 against Morrisville St. and tripled and drove in a run in the nightcap as Hamilton swept the doubleheader.
|Softball Pitcher of the Week
Junior • Pitcher • Sidney, Maine
Pelletier threw back-to-back, seven-inning shutouts on Saturday, tossing a one-hitter and a two-hitter, as the Bobcats completed a sweep of Colby. In a 4-0 week for Bates, Pelletier was 3-0 with a save. She posted a 0.88 ERA over 24.0 innings, striking out 22 batters and limited opponents to a .161 batting average.
| Men's Track Performer of the Week
First Year • Kansas City, Mo.
At the Amherst Spring Fling Invitational, Buren won the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.96 to set a new school record. The mark is tied for first in the NESCAC. Buren also finished second in the 200-meter dash with a time of 22.10.
| Men's Field Performer of the Week
Sophomore • Andover, Mass.
Rex won the hammer throw with a mark of 55.46 meters at the MIT Quad meet. The mark ranks second in the conference. Rex also earned a sixth-place finish in the shot put with a mark of 13.72 meters.
| Women's Track Performer of the Week
Senior • Bethlehem, Pa.
Scartelli won the 5,000-meter run with a time of 17:13:38 at the Spring Fling Invitational. The time was a Division III New England qualifying mark and puts her at the top of the NESCAC in the event.
| Women's Field Performer of the Week
Junior • Manchester, N.H.
Kabari recorded a throw of 14.06 meters in the shot put to win the event at the Coast Guard Invitational. She also finished fourth in the discus, notching a mark of 36.82 meters. Her shot put mark ranks first in the conference.