Goldey-Beacom College student-athletes senior Jake Trejo, of Wauseon, Ohio, sophomore Jeff Gillis, of Hockessin and Delaware Military Academy, were named to the weekly honor roll for baseball; and sophomore Zoe Lockwood, of Chesapeake City, Maryland, gained the same award for softball.
Trejo notched a career-best 11 strikeouts April 17 against Post, allowing three runs and nine hits over nine innings.
Trejo got 10 strikeouts March 23 at Bloomfield and recorded a victory in four of his last six appearances. He is 98th in the nation with a 4.1 strikeout-to-walk ratio, seventh in the league with four wins, eighth with 51 2/3 innings pitched and 11th with strikeouts.
Gillis batted .286 with a triple and three RBI. He collected three hits in the April 17 doubleheader sweep of Post, including two in the nightcap with two RBI.
Gillis’ year was highlighted by his game-winning home run April 3 against Wilmington in a 12-10 victory to cap a five-run ninth-inning rally. He is 26th in the CACC with nine doubles, 43rd with 39 hits, 54th with a .291 batting average and 55th with a .418 slugging percentage.
Goldey-Beacom — 13-29, 12-14 CACC — stands tied for fifth in the CACC South Division with University of the Sciences, one game behind Jefferson, 13-13, for the final conference tournament spot.
Lockwood batted .556 the week of April 15 with a double and two runs. She notched two hits in each game April 18 against Wilmington with a double in game one.
Lockwood is 32nd in the league with 34 hits, 60th with a .279 batting average and 60th with a .338 on-base percentage. She leads the team with 12 multi-hit contests and also paces the squad in hits.
Goldey-Beacom this season has faced a challenging schedule that included No. 4 Saint Anselm, which the following week was ranked number one, and 18th-ranked Georgian Court.
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