Averaging .579 from the plate with 11 hits in 19 at-bats, the junior Bravo sparked BYU to a 3-2 mark at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic including two doubles, eight RBIs and three stolen bases. She also recorded a .684 slugging percentage, an OBP of .545 and hit 5-for-7 with runners in scoring position.
The outfielder out of Corona, California, tallied a career-high four RBIs in a 5-3 win over Indiana and followed that up with a 3-for-3 performance in a 14-5 win over Oregon State, extending her hitting streak to 13 games — tied for 10th-longest in BYU history.
Bull, the sophomore ace, fueled the Cougars from the circle last weekend, helping the team to a 9-6 overall record — BYU’s best start through 15 games since 2012.
While improving to 9-3 on the season, the Ogden, Utah, native recorded a 1.98 ERA while striking out 28 batters, tying a career high with 14 batters fanned in the extra-inning game against Maryland. She threw three complete games while starting four and appearing in all five, totaling 28.1 innings out of the 34.2 total BYU played.
The Cougars continue this action week as they face Nevada, Northern Colorado and Southern Illinois in the Triple Crown Puerto Vallarta College Challenge on Thursday through Saturday.
McKay Perry is the sports information director for BYU softball and an assistant sports information director for BYU football. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org