Aimee Minor Named Pac-10 Player of the Week
May 16, 2005
SEATTLE-- Washington junior Aimee Minor has been named Pacific-10 Conference Player of the Week after leading the Huskies with a .714 average against Oregon State and Oregon, May 12-14.
Minor, a outfielder from San Jacinto, Calif., went 5-for-7 from the plate with two runs, a triple, a home run and six RBIs as the Huskies defeated Oregon State and split with Oregon. She boasted a 1.429 slugging percentage and an .800 on-base percentage after drawing four walks.
Minor went 2-for-3 in Washington's 9-0 upset victory over sixth-ranked Oregon State on May 12. She drove in four runs, hit a triple, stole a base and scored one run.
She went 1-for-1 on May 13 vs. Oregon, hitting a single and walking twice.
On May 14, Minor 2-for-3 with her 15th home run of the season against Oregon in the Pac-10 finale. She drove in two runs, walked and stole one base.
This is the second weekly honor for Minor and the 55th all-time for Washington.
The Huskies open postseason play on Friday in Lincoln, Neb., against Creighton at 5 pm (PST). Washington received a No. 1 seed and is seeded 16th overall in the NCAA Tournament. Iowa and Nebraska will also take part in the Lincoln regional. The tournament is double elimination with the winner advancing to the Super Regional, May 27-29.