The Howard Beach native went 14-5 with a 1.22 earned run average. In 126 innings...
She was the most dominant pitcher in the CHSAA this year and she was devastating at the plate. And Nicole Losito will be back next year to terrorize opponents once again.
The Howard Beach native went 14-5 with a 1.22 earned run average. In 126 innings she struck out 163, walked just 27 and allowed 76 hits and had eight shutouts including a perfect game leading Mary Louis to the Brooklyn/Queens title game where the Hilltoppers fell to Bishop Kearney.
She more than helped out her own cause at the plate, leading the team with a .576 batting average, a .720 on-base percentage and an .864 slugging percentage, as well as hits (34), RBIs (23), doubles (9) and triples (4).
She came through all the time, whether it was with the bat or ball in hand, and she was a girl who assumed her responsibilities, said Mary Louis coach Tom Sarosy. Being recognized as the most feared player in the league, I was glad she was on our side.
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