Pitching a complete game, senior Kate Giddens led the way for JMA with more than half of her pitches as strikes.
“Kate pitched a phenomenal game,” Pickowitz said. “I think she had 66 percent of her pitches were strikes. That’s huge as a pitcher, pitching for seven innings in this heat.”
Following the contest, Pickowitz opted to credit the entire team for the close game against Mount De Sales, rather than singling any one player out.
“Really, I just want to focus on the unison right now, and just kind keep working on that unity moving forward from here,” she said.
JMA softball jumps back into action in the Piedmont tournament Thursday through Saturday, Aug. 8, 9 and 10.