Seminole State College freshman Kalee Tabor has been named this week's Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) Softball Player of the Week.
Tabor, a third baseman and Seminole High School graduate, received the honor after explosive offensive performances in doubleheaders against conference rivals College of Central Florida, St. Johns River Community College and Florida State College at Jacksonville. In 21 appearances at the plate, the Lake Mary woman hit .524 with four home runs, nine RBIs and a 1.238 slugging percentage.
Highlights of Tabor's week include two 2-for-4 appearances against CF on April 12, resulting in three home runs and six RBIs. On April 16, she hit for the cycle against FSCJ, going 4-for-4 in game 1 with one home run and four RBIs.
The Raiders (39-20, 17-7 MFC) went 4-2 in last week's games.
Tabor is the second Seminole State softball player to be honored by the FCSAA this season. In March, freshman Lauren Vinson was named Pitcher of the Week after going 3-0 against St. Petersburg College, Lake-Sumter Community College and Santa Fe College.
Seminole State, ranked eighth in the latest FCSAA Softball Coaches' Poll, will close out the regular season with a home doubleheader against SPC on Thursday, April 21. Game times are 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. For more information, visit the Raider softball home page.
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