PERRYSBURG TWP. — Elmwood High School graduate Brittany George finished her freshman campaign with the Owens Community College softball team as the program’s single-season record holder in two offensive categories.
George went 56 for 102 (.549) in 2014 to break the single-season mark of .541 set by Kylie Zweifel in 2006. She also set a new record with a 1.059 slugging percentage, becoming the first player in program history to slug higher than 1.000 in a season.
In addition to the records, George also recorded team-highs in runs (48), doubles (16), hits (56), triples (3), home runs (10), walks (17) and on-base percentage (.607).
Owens lost 10-1 to Muskegon Community College in the National Junior College Athletic Association Region XII tournament to end the season with a 27-9 record.
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