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Senior Spotlight: Softball Class of 2020

Senior Spotlight: Softball Class of 2020

The spring semester was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing an unexpected and unceremonious end to the careers of student-athletes across the nation. Though the season was brought to an unexpected early close, that does not take away from the accomplishments of St. Bonaventure's senior student-athletes.

As part of what would have been the final day of the regular season (May 3, 2020), we honor our softball graduating seniors.


Mikayla Short - Candor, N.Y.

Mikayla is a four-year member of the softball program and has played in 89 career games. She has over 150 at-bats in her career to go along with 12 stolen bases. In the classroom, Short is a two-time member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and is an elementary education major.

 

 


Elizabeth Enovitch - Avon, Ohio

Elizabeth is a four-year member of the Bonnies softball program. She has played in 113 career games and accumulated 237 career at-bats. In four seasons, she has scored 31 runs and registered 20 stolen bases. Enovitch was a member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll as a junior and is a health science major.

 

 


Brooke Kane-Walker - Smethport, Pa.

Brooke is a four-year member of the softball program, playing in 104 career games. She has 275 career at-bats with four home runs and 49 RBI. As a junior Brooke led the Bonnies in slugging percentage (.425), hits (41), at-bats (134), RBIs (27) and total bases (57). Kane-Walker is a health science major and was a member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll as a junior.

 

 


McKenna Holtz - St. Augustine, Fla.

 

McKenna is a four-year member of the softball program and has played in 112 career games. Through four seasons, Holtz has nearly 300 at-bats to go along with 76 hits and 61 runs scored. As a junior, Holtz led the Bonnies with 21 stolen bases, eight triples and 27 runs scored.

McKenna ranked second in the Atlantic 10 as a junior with 21 stolen bases. Holtz finishes her career third all-time in program history with 43 career stolen bases. 

Holtz is a political science major and is a two-time member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

 

 


Rylee Hehir - Putnam, Conn.

Rylee has been the ace in the circle the last two seasons and has made 47 starts in four seasons with the Bonnies, tossing a total of 271.2 innings. In 71 career appearances, Rylee struck out 159 batters.

She finishes her career sixth all-time in strikeouts (159), seventh all-time in appearances (71), eighth all-time in innings pitched (271.2), eighth all-time in starts (47) and tied for ninth all-time in wins (14).

Rylee will earn her degree in strategic communications and digital media.

 

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