Andi Nelson just isn’t giving up many runs, and sometimes, she isn’t giving up any hits, either.
Nelson, the 2017 Gatorade New Hampshire Softball Player of the Year out of Londonderry High, turned in another scoreless outing in the circle for Salve Regina last Thursday in the Seahawks’ 4-1 loss to Washington College. Nelson, a sophomore, went 4 2/3 innings, allowing three hits.
Earlier in the week during the Seahawks’ trip to Florida, Nelson shut out Arcadia 1-0 on five hits and no walks; beat Wheaton 4-2, allowing six hits and two walks while fanning 14; and no-hit Finlandia, walking three and fanning 14.
Salve Regina, located in Newport, R.I., took a 3-5 record into weekend action.
Felt has career day
Manchester’s Alexis Felt had a career day, registering six goals and two assists to lead the Southern New Hampshire University women’s lacrosse team past Dominican 22-11 last Saturday.
Felt, a senior who prepped at Brewster Academy, added five goals, then two more goals, in SNHU losses to Bridgeport and Adelphi this past week, bringing her career goals total to 89.
Nashua’s Goulet on fire
Plymouth State University baseball player Josh Goulet hit four home runs and three doubles in 14 at-bats during a 2-1 week for the Panthers, earning a spot on D3baseball.com’s Team of the Week. Three of those homers came in one game, tying a program record.
Rochester’s Berry honored
Saint Joseph’s College senior guard Darian Berry, of Rochester, earned third team Academy All-America honors for Division III men’s basketball.
A finance and accounting major, Berry twice garnered Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) All-Academic honors. In his senior season, Berry averaged 20 points and five rebounds per game. He finished his career with 1,275 points, 380 rebounds, 183 assists, and 74 steals in 89 contests.