Eastern Tech softball will battle with five returning starters

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Bronushas making a run on the school record book; Team Preview
Few area softball programs have been more consistent over the last decade than the Eastern Tech Mavericks, which returns five starters for 2017.

Coach Jack Meyers is entering his eighth year and he has posted a spectacular record of 140-14 over that time span.

Pitching is usually the key for the Mavericks and it will be once again.

Senior pitcher Jodie Bronushas, an honorable mention All-Baltimore County pick last year, is 39-3 at Easter Tech, where she is second in all time wins and strikeouts. She has a 1.33 career ERA and her continued success will be key for Tech.

The team’s top returning offensive player is junior shortstop Casey Turner, a 1st-team All-Baltimore County performer, after batting .556 with three home runs and 19 RBI. Another top slugger and 1st-Team All-Baltimore County player is sophomore first-baseman, Abbie Heagy. Heagy batted .500 for four home runs and 19 RBI in 2016.

Another Maverick to watch is senior second-baseman Hannah Pfarr, who is learning a new position.


Head Coach:
Jack Meyers (8th year, 140-14)

Players to Watch:
Jodie Bronushas, Sr., P (HM All-Baltimore County)
Casey Turner, Jr., SS (1st-Team All-Baltimore County)
Abbie Heagy, So, 1B (1st-Team All-Baltimore County)
Hannah Pfrarr, Sr., 2B

Last Updated (Friday, 17 March 2017 11:53)



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