For the previous week, Brusokas hit .444 and extended her hitting streak to 15 games, when it was broken. Nonetheless, the week was a big one, with 12 hits, including four home runs, while also knocking in 11 runs and swiping two bases.
In the field, she was also involved in the program's first-ever triple play.
Davenport has rolled off 17 straight victories as it's off to a perfect 12-0 WHAC start and holds an overall 25-12 record.
Brusokas' offensive numbers have been astounding, led by a .431 average that leads the team by 121 points. She's notched a team-high 53 hits in 123 at-bats and hasn't missed a start in 37 games.
She also leads the team with 42 runs, 10 doubles, five triples, 11 home runs, 38 runs batted in, 106 total bases, an .862 slugging percentage, a .504 on-base percentage and 12 stolen bases.
Brusokas and Davenport were scheduled for a doubleheader against Aquinas on Wednesday.
Mark Saatzer (St. Francis High, 2010) freshman, Chapman University baseball: Saatzer and Chapman are rolling, having defeated Cal State San Marcos, 4-3, on Friday to run its home winning streak to 16 straight while winning its eighth in a row overall.
Saatzer went 0 for four on Friday, but otherwise has begun his college career on a high.
He's currently hitting at a .308 (28 for 91) clip with 17 runs batted in and 13 runs, while also drawing 10 walks for a .379 on-base percentage.
Saatzer and Chapman will take a 22-5 record into their four-game set at Linfield, which begins Friday.
Lainey De Pompa (Crescenta Valley High, 2008) junior, UC Santa Barbara softball: De Pompa has heated up as of late, having notched hits in her last four games — all of them UCSB victories.
During the span, De Pompa has gone six for 10 at the plate. In Saturday's 5-2 win over Cal Poly, she went two for two and in a 12-2 win over Poly on Friday, she went one for one with two walks, two runs and an RBI.
De Pompa's notched 23 hits in 83 at-bats for a .277 average, having started 35 games. She's also scored 10 runs, driven in 12 and hit five doubles to go along with eight walks.