Foreman named PNC Achievers Student-Athlete of the Week

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DURHAM – Fresh off Duke softball leader at first NCAA Super Regional in program history, senior Kristina Foreman was named Duke’s PNC Achievers Student-Athlete of the Week.

Foreman had a massive weekend, going 6-for-10 (.600) with one home run, nine RBIs, two doubles and four runs scored as the Blue Devils beat UMBC, Liberty and Georgia en route to winning the Durham Regional . The Tampa, Fla. native improved on her season-high numbers to a .415 batting average, 15 home runs and 56 RBIs, while hitting .829 and stealing eight bases in 46 games.

Foreman’s home run in Game 1 of the tournament against UMBC broke the scoreless tie between the two teams, while his five RBIs against Georgia in the regional championship game proved critical. The senior infielder opened the game with a double punt in the fifth inning to score three runs and give Duke a 10-5 lead.

The Blue Devils will be back in action this weekend, traveling to Los Angeles, Calif., to take on fifth-seeded UCLA in the NCAA Super Regional. Game 1 and Game 2 will be televised on ESPN2, with Game 1 scheduled for 11 p.m. ET and Game 2 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

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Duke PNC Achievers Student-Athletes of the Week
Luke Thomas (men’s soccer) – August 30, 2021
Mataeo Durant (soccer) – September 6, 2021
Piper Hampsch (field hockey) – September 13, 2021
Eliot Hamill (men’s soccer) – September 20, 2021
Ruthie Jones (women’s soccer) – September 20, 2021
Gunnar Holmberg (soccer) – September 27, 2021
Thorleifur Ulfarsson (men’s football) – October 4, 2021
Grace Brightbill (field hockey) – October 11, 2021
Erica Shepherd (women’s golf) – October 18, 2021
Tess Boade (women’s football) – October 25, 2021
Andrew Zhang (men’s tennis) – November 1, 2021
Ade Owokoniran (volleyball) – November 8, 2021
Matt Finesilver (wrestling) – November 15, 2021
Michelle Cooper (women’s soccer) – November 22, 2021
Wendell Moore Jr. (men’s basketball) – November 29, 2021
Shayeann Day-Wilson (women’s basketball) – December 6, 2021
Kaden Russell (wrestling) – December 20, 2021
Paolo Banchero (men’s basketball) — December 27, 2021
Josh Finesilver (wrestling) – January 3, 2022
Sarah Foley (women’s swimming) – January 10, 2022
Donovan Spearman (athletics) – January 17, 2022
Georgia Drummi (women’s tennis) – January 24, 2022
Sarah Foley (women’s swimming) – January 31, 2022
AJ Griffin (men’s basketball) – February 7, 2022

Caroline Jacobson (softball) – February 14, 2022
Margo O’Meara (women’s diving) – February 21, 2022
Erin Marsh (athletics) – February 28, 2022
Nakeie Montgomery (men’s lacrosse) – March 7, 2022
Erin Marsh (athletics) – March 14, 2022
Sarah Foley (women’s swimming) – March 21, 2022
Paolo Banchero (men’s basketball) & Terence Lee (fencing) — March 28, 2022
Mike Adler (men’s lacrosse) — April 4, 2022
Quinn Riley (men’s golf) — April 11, 2022
Phoebe Brinker (women’s golf) – April 18, 2022
Emma Jackson (women’s tennis) – April 25, 2022
Dyson Williams (men’s lacrosse) – May 2, 2022

Peyton St. George (softball) – May 9, 2022
Lauren Hoffman (athletics) – May 16, 2022

Kristina Foreman (softball) – May 23, 2022

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