The Panthers' sweep of Lake Nona this week brings them to 14-1 on the season and extended the team's current win streak to 13 games.
The Dr. Phillips softball program has officially entered uncharted waters.
The Panthers' 12-5 win over Lake Nona March 15 extended the team's current winning-streak to 13 games — setting a program record. Dr. Phillips, which gets a breather next week for spring break, has not lost in a month — the Panthers lost to Bishop Moore Feb. 16.
In DP's most recent win, senior catcher Hannah Eden went 5-for-5 with two doubles, driving in five runs and scoring twice. Panthers ace Raychel Trocki again got the win for DP — her 13th of the season. Trocki, a junior, has a whopping 118 strikeouts so far this spring.
On the season, Eden leads the team at the plate with 18 RBIs and a .446 average. Daija Benn and Gracie Lopez lead the team in on-base percentage (.525 and .524, respectively) and runs scored (26 and 23, respectively).
As a team, Dr. Phillips is averaging 8.27 runs per game.
The Panthers return to action after spring break in an away game at Apopka March 27.