Sarah Muzik

The former Notre Dame shortstop put together a dynamic sophomore season for the University of Hawaii softball team, hitting .321.
One of three players to start all 52 games this past spring for the Warriors, Muzik was second on the team in hits (53) and runs scored (26), and led the team in stolen bases, converting all seven attempts.
Muzik drove in 15 runs from the top of the order and compiled a .943 fielding percentage at second base for Hawaii, who finished 29-23 this spring.
Former San Benito slugger Callee Hean hit nine homers and drove in 30 runs for Hawaii.

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