Pac-12 Softball Players Of The Week

EUGENE – Oregon left-handed pitcher Brooke Yanez was named the Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week on Tuesday after tossing a complete game in a win over then-No. 1 UCLA Sunday and earning the save later in the day against Utah.

Yanez turned in another dominant start in the circle against the top-ranked Bruins in Sunday’s win, striking out 10 while walking just one and giving up a run on six hits in a complete game victory. She retired 11 batters in a row at one point and set UCLA down in order in four of her seven inning pitched.

In the seventh inning of the UCLA win, she struck out the final two batters of the game with the bases loaded and Oregon up by two to seal the game. Additionally, Yanez is the first pitcher since May 2019 to hold UCLA to less than two runs while tossing a complete game.

In the second game of the doubleheader on Sunday, Yanez entered to start the fifth inning with Oregon up by three and worked the final three innings to earn the save. She struck out six while walking none in the relief outing, including ending the game with three straight punch-outs after allowing a solo homer to lead off the seventh.

The Ventura, Calif. native has been dominant in the circle all season long. She currently has 46 strikeouts to just four walks over 28 innings pitched with a 1.93 ERA. Yanez is also 4-0 on the season with a pair of complete games to go along with a save and has double-digit strikeouts in four of her appearances.

Player and Freshman of the Week: Carlie Scupin, Fr., IF, ARIZONA (Tucson, Ariz.)

  • Led Arizona to five wins at the Wildcat Invitational, where the team finished the weekend with 44 runs scored.
  • Launched four home runs, with a multi-homer game against Colorado State, to highlight 15 RBI over the weekend.
  • Drove in the game-tying run of Arizona’s 3-2 victory over Oregon State.
  • Recorded a hit in seven of 16 plate appearances, scoring six runs.
  • First Pac-12 Player and Freshman of the Week honors.

Pitcher of the Week: Brooke Yanez, Jr., P, OREGON (Ventura, Calif.)

  • Pitched in both of Oregon’s wins on Sunday, allowing just two runs in 10 innings pitched while striking out 16 hitters.
  • Shut out No. 1 UCLA for the first six innings pitched, retiring 11 batters in a row at one point.
  • First pitcher since May 2019 to hold the Bruins to less than two runs while tossing a complete game.
  • Earned a three-inning save against Utah, striking out the side in the final frame.


Player of the Week: Maddi Hackbarth, Arizona State; Alyssa Brito, Oregon; Grace Messmer, Oregon State; Delanie Wisz, UCLA; Kaija Gibson, Washington.

Pitcher of the Week: Alyssa Denham, Arizona; Lindsay Lopez; Arizona State; Haylei Archer, California; Mariah Mazon, Oregon State; Megan Faraimo, UCLA; Gabbie Plain, Washington; Sarah Willis, Washington.

Freshman of the Week: Allison Royalty, Arizona State; Haylei Archer, California; Alyssa Brito, Oregon; Alyssa Garcia, UCLA.

  Player of the Week Pitcher of the Week Freshman of the Week
Feb. 16 Maddi Hackbarth, Arizona State Gabbie Plain, Washington Madison Simon, Oregon State
Feb. 23 Alyssa Palomino-Cardoza, Arizona Gabbie Plain, Washington Alyssa Brito, Oregon
Mar. 2 Carlie Scupin, Arizona Brooke Yanez, Oregon Carlie Scupin, Arizona

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