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Junior Jenny LaLuzerne has been named Lakeland College's Muskie of the Week for her performances in action last week. Read about her success below.
Junior Jenny LaLuzerne had one of her best weeks and helped lead the Lakeland College softball team to a 3-3 mark in Northern Athletics Conference action last week.
The Sturgeon Bay, Wis., native hit her first grand slam in a 12-2 win over Concordia University Chicago on April 22 and helped the Muskies snap a three-game skid. LaLuzerne led the team at the plate with a .579 batting average, including a triple to go along with eight RBIs.
Lakeland's Woman of the Year recorded 16 total bases with a .842 slugging percentage and a .619 on-base percentage.
LaLuzerne looks to help the Muskies sharpen their NAC Tournament resume this week as the team concludes regular season play.
See what LaLuzerne says about her performances: http://youtu.be/IsYNcogODVk
LaLuzerne is majoring in accounting and minoring in mathematics.
Here's a look into Jenny's personality:
TV: Don't have a favorite
Movie: "Despicable Me"
Q. Who has had the biggest influence on your game and why?
A: My parents because they've always supported me.
Q: What has been your favorite softball memory?
A: Hitting my first career grand slam.
Q: What has been your greatest accomplishment?
A: Being named Lakeland's Woman of the Year.
Q: If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
A: Anywhere tropical and warm.