TRACKING THE GRADS: Women’s softball

Hannah Kiyohara — The Thomas Jefferson graduate is currently playing her senior season at the University of Louisville. Kiyohara is a shortstop and outfielder for the Cardinals. She is currently hitting .232 with 11 runs, three doubles and 11 RBIs this season. Louisville is 20-11 on the year.

Jefferson graduate Hannah Kiyohara is playing her senior season at the University of Louisville.

Jefferson graduate Hannah Kiyohara is playing her senior season at the University of Louisville.

Hannah Kiyohara — The Thomas Jefferson graduate is currently playing her senior season at the University of Louisville. Kiyohara is a shortstop and outfielder for the Cardinals. She is currently hitting .232 with 11 runs, three doubles and 11 RBIs this season. Louisville is 20-11 on the year.

As a freshman, Kiyohara was named first-team, All-Big East Conference becoming the first true freshman in Louisville history to receive that honor. She hit .331 in 49 games and scored 19 runs with two doubles and 22 RBIs.

Christi Bruin — The 2010 Jefferson grad is playing her senior season at New York University-Poly in Brooklyn, NY. The Blue Jays are currently 0-10 on the season. Bruin is a catcher and infielder and is hitting .333 with two doubles and five RBIs, which leads the team.

Sarah Petosa — The 2010 Todd Beamer graduate is playing her senior season at Seattle University. The outfielder has started all 32 games this season and is hitting .233 with six runs, one double and seven RBIs. She also has three stolen bases, which leads the team. Seattle University is currently 11-21 on the season.

Taylor Winton — The 2010 Todd Beamer grad is currently playing her senior year at Marshall University in West Virginia. The catcher has played in 30 games this season for the Thunder Herd and is hitting .163 with three runs, one double and three RBIs. Marshall is 10-23 on the season.

Allie Crowe — The Jefferson grad is playing her junior year at Western Washington. The infielder has played in 17 games and is hitting .333 with 10 runs, one double and two RBIs.

Emma Blauser — The Beamer grad is playing her sophomore season at Western Washington. The infielder is hitting .293 and has started all 25 of the Vikings’ games this season. Blauser has scored 12 runs with six doubles, five home runs and 24 RBIs. Western is 17-8 on the season.

Lexi Goranson — The Jefferson grad is playing her sophomore season at Portland State. The outfielder has played in 11 games and is hitting .136 with three runs and two RBIs. Portland State is currently 4-23 on the season.

Erin Slater — The Decatur grad is playing her junior season at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn. The first baseman has started 10 games and is hitting .235 with two runs, one double and five RBIs. Macalester is 12-6 on the season.

Michaela Patton — The TJ grad is playing her sophomore season at Oklahoma State University. The shortstop transferred to the Cowgirl program after playing as a freshman at Savannah State University in Georgia.

This season for Oklahoma State, Patton has played in 22 games and is hitting .250 with seven runs, one home run and four RBIs. The Cowgirls are 19-14 on the season. Last year, as a freshman, Patton hit .329 with 42 runs and 22 RBIs at Savannah State.

Spencer Sherwin — The Decatur graduate is playing her senior season at Pacific Lutheran University. Sherwin, an outfielder, is hitting .271 with at team-leading 20 runs, two doubles, four triples, two home runs and 19 RBIs. PLU is 9-19 on the season. The Lutes and Sherwin won the NCAA Division III national championship in 2012.

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