Sophomore Sterling Shuster was named the PCSC co-Player of the Year and freshman Sydney Gouveia was tabbed as the PCSC Pitcher of the Year.
The LMU softball team gave its seniors a fitting farewell by sweeping a pair of games from Utah Valley, 5-3 and 2-1, Sunday at Smith Field.
The PCSC title is still up for grabs and among the deciding series this week is the Lions' match-up on Saturday and Sunday against Utah Valley. The two squads sit tied for second at 13-7, and two games back of BYU (15-5). Saturday's doubleheader begins at 10 a.m. while Sunday's regular season finale is scheduled for noon at Smith Field.
Sterling Shuster hit a walk-off home run to give LMU a 3-1 win in game one, but San Diego rallied for a 6-3 win in the series finale Sunday at Smith Field.
Sitting two games back in the PCSC standings with eight games to go, the LMU softball team hosts a key series against San Diego Saturday and Sunday at Smith Field.