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DIII player of the decade

pattar

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My alma mater :)

 
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Is this good?

During that perfect season, Fournier posted a 35-0 record; notched five no-hitters; and set the Division III record for consecutive scoreless innings, surpassing the previous record by thirty innings
 
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My alma mater :)

Impressive at any level. Tufts has a top notch D3 program. They have a former catcher that was outstanding as well. She has her own “Protect the Plate” clinics that my girls have attended.
Just goes to show there are great athletes playing at all levels. I’m a little curious as how Fournier did at the Pro level.
 

pattar

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II’m a little curious as how Fournier did at the Pro level.

Looks like she didn't pitch that much but did ok when she did pitch. She only played in NPF for a year.
 
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From strictly a softball viewpoint I’m betting that one year knowing she could compete with the best meant more than her college awards and championships. Now from an academic sense she obviously made the decision that was right for her.
 
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Looks like she didn't pitch that much but did ok when she did pitch. She only played in NPF for a year.
Well she’s from CT so you know she has to be a stud!
Interesting about her student loans. My understanding was D-3 gave grants for academics/athletics which were the equivalent to D-1/D-2 schools.
Sucks she didn’t face LC. LC really wasn’t that great in NFP until her final season.
 

pattar

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Interesting about her student loans. My understanding was D-3 gave grants for academics/athletics which were the equivalent to D-1/D-2 schools.
Many moons ago when I played there they helped a bit with my financial aid package but I still ended up with 17K worth of loans after I left (it was "only" 30K a year when I went there)
 
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