Your Alabama Pro Athlete of the Week is Haylie McCleney. McCleney led the US to the gold medal at The World Games with a .533 batting performance. McCleney scored 4 runs and drove in 5 more, and was named tournament MVP.
Runner-up this week is J.D. Davison. Davison had a 28 point, 10 assist performance for Boston in the Las Vegas Summer League, and finished with 41 total assists in 5 games. Davison’s 8.2 assists per game led the league, and is 3rd highest in LVSL history.
Others of note:
Cheyenne Knight finished T-4th at the LPGA’s Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational partner event.
Michael Thompson finished T-9th at the Barracuda Championship.
Kenzie Wright finished T-11th on the Women’s All Pro Tour.
Trey Mullinax finished T-21st at the British Open.
Daniel Haugh won his qualifier in the Men’s Hammer Throw at the World Athletics Championship.
Kirani James had the 3rd overall best time in the Men’s 400 Meter prelims at the World Athletics Championship.
Champion Allison won his heat in the Men’s 400 Meter prelims at the World Athletics Championship.
Arinn Young averaged 21.5 points, and had a 32 point, 14 rebound game, for Canada in the IWBF Americas Cup.
Braxton Key had a 13 point, 8 rebound, 3 steal game for Detroit in the summer league.
John Petty had a 16 point, 6 rebound, 6 assist game for New Orleans in the summer league.
David Robertson worked 3 scoreless innings with 3 strikeouts, and recorded his 150th career save.
Matt Foster pitched 2.1 scoreless innings over 3 outings.
Tyler Gentry homered twice and had 9 RBI, and now has driven in runs in 5 straight games.
Jake Walters allowed 1 run and 2 hits in a 4-inning outing.
Casey Cobb struck out five batters in a 2.2 inning outing.