St. George Named PNC Achievers Student-Athlete of the Week

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DURHAM – Graduate softball student Peyton St. George was named Duke’s PNC Achievers Student-Athlete of the Week, following her excellent pitching in a 4-0 week for Duke softball.

St. George went 1-0 with an ERA of 0.88 (PI of 8.0), allowing just two hits and striking out 10 batters. The Mechanicsville, Va. native also pitched a full game and had one save, holding opposing hitters to a .077 batting average to lead the Blue Devils into the circle.

With their win over Pittsburgh on May 5, St. George earned their 20th win of the season, setting a new single-season program record. St. George is now 20-3 with a 1.64 ERA (128.1 IP), striking out 169 batters and keeping opposing batters at a .175 batting average against.

St. George and the Blue Devils will be back in action on Thursday, opening their ACC title defense in the 2022 ACC Championship quarterfinal against seventh-seeded Georgia Tech or 10th-seeded NC State. The game will take place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at 5 p.m. on ACC Network.

To stay up to date with Blue Devils softball, follow the team on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook by searching “https://goduke.com/news/2022/5/9/DukeSOFTBALL”.



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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

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