Your Alabama Pro Athlete of the Week is Tyler Gentry. For the week, Gentry was 7-for-18 with 3 home runs and 11 RBIs. Gentry’s OPS for the week was 1.409 (.520 OBP and .889 slugging), and he reached base safely in all six games.
Runner-up this week is Kenzie Wright. Making her professional debut this week, Wright led wire-to-wire to win the Texas Women’s Open by three strokes. Wright was -11 over the 3-round event.
Others of note:
JaMychal Green had 10 points and 9 rebounds off the bench in Denver’s first-round series-clinching win.
Geoffrey Bramblett picked up a win and a save, and struck out four in 2 scoreless innings.
Cobie Vance hit safely in 5 straight games with an average of .389.
Kyle Overstreet had 4 multi-hit games with an average of .360 and an OPS of .913.
David Robertson picked up two saves for Team USA, as it clinched a berth in the Tokyo Olympics.
Casey Cobb had 7 strikeouts in 4 innings of work.
Jake Walters pitched 3.1 scoreless innings, giving up just 1 hit.
Haylie McCleney hit 3 home runs, including a walk-off homer, for Team USA in exhibitions against USSSA Pride.
Dicky Pride finished T-11th on the Champions Tour.
Shelby McEwen won the men’s high jump at the USATF showcase.
Kord Ferguson won the men’s discus with a personal best of 66.19 meters
Quanesha Burks finished second in the women’s long jump with a season-best 6.85 meters.
Claire Orcel won the women’s high jump in an event in Belgium.