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Rainey Nabs Big Sky Pitcher of the Week Honors

Idaho State freshman pitcher Haley Rainey has been named the Big Sky Pitcher of the week for the second time this season.

Rainey was on a tear against Sacramento State this weekend. In two appearances against Sacramento State, the freshman pitcher held the No. 1 offensive team in the Big Sky to a .174 Batting average. Striking out 15 Hornets and only allowing three runs in 13 innings pitched.

In game one against Sacramento State, Rainey tied her career-high in strikeouts with 10 on the game. and only allowed three runs off of a Sacramento State team that averages 5.1 runs per game.

In her second game of the series, Rainey Dealt for 6 innings. Holding Sac State to only three hits, where they average 8.09 per game, and earning her third shutout of the season only the second time this season Sac State has been Shut out.

Rainey Now ranks 2nd in the conference in strikeouts with 121 and third in the conference with a 2.11 ERA

Rainey and the Bengals return to action this week at Miller Ranch as they host Weber State over three games on April 1 and 2. First pitch is set for Friday at 1:00 PM MT.

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