April 18, 2006
Princeton, NJ - Brown's senior shortstop Mary Seid earned her second Ivy League Player of the Week Honor, after leading the Bears to a 2-2 weekend in conference play. The Bear's leadoff hitter, went an impressive 7-for-14 (.500) at the plate and recorded a .643 slugging percentage this week for the Bears. Seid brought in three runs on a base-clearing double to bring Brown within two in the Bears' 11-10 come-from-behind victory over Harvard.
Seid's .588 on base percentage and six runs scored led the Bears this week and on the season she leads in almost every batting category, turning in the top mark for batting average (.422), slugging percentage (.526), on base percentage (.481), runs scored (26), and hits (49). The shortstop has also recorded a team-leading 11 stolen bases and 61 total bases on the season.
Among the Ancient Eight, Seid holds the top batting average, on base percentage and stolen bases and ranks second on hits and fourth for runs scored.
Seid and the Bears will travel to Kingston, RI to take on in-state rival URI for a 3:00 p.m. doubleheader on Wednesday, April 18.