Amanda Pridmore was named the WAC Softball Pitcher of the Week for March 11-17. It is Pridmore's second honor this season and third in her career.
Pridmore went 4-1 with a save in six appearances at the San Diego Classic II last week. In 27.2 innings of work, she posted a 0.51 ERA, 44 strikeouts and held opponents to a .120 batting average. Pridmore has pitched 24.2 shutout innings.
In her two appearances on March 16, she pitched 12 innings of shutout softball, yielded just two singles, struck out 25 of the 42 batters she faced and was the winning pitcher in both games.
In a 4-0 complete game shutout against Marist, she had a San Jose State single-game record 17 strikeouts, tying her for the 31-most in a single seven-inning game in NCAA Division I history. Pridmore also picked up her program-best 13th career save against Harvard on March 15 and moved into seventh place in San Jose State history for career shutouts (10).