Former Timber Creek standout Caitlyn Curlee, a sophomore at Southern Nazarene, was named 2019 Louisville/Slugger NFCA Division II National Player of the Week honorees for games played April 8-14.
Curlee hit 6 home runs, including 3 during a conference game at Southwestern Oklahoma State. She set single-game program records with 3 HRs as well as 8 RBI in the 19-5 victory.
Curlee, who was also selected conference hitter of the week, homered in the other three games and finished the weekend 9 for 15 with a double, 12 RBI, 9 runs scored and a 1.867 slugging percentage.
She has 8 home runs in the past 8 games.
A 2-time all-state player at Timber Creek, Curlee was voted District MVP as a senior in 2017 with team highs .578 BA and 41 RBI in the regular season, and finished with school-record 61 hits.
Curlee started in all 56 games as a freshman with SNU last season. She was named to the conference all-tournament team and finished the year with a .283 BA, 9 HRs, 51 hits, 42 RBI and 18 runs scored.