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Wolfe was 7-for-12 (.583) during the week with a robust 1.167 slugging percentage and .688 on-base percentage. He scored six times, homered twice, doubled and drove in 10 runs.
Wolfe Repeats As Pac-12 Player Of The Week
Release: 03/31/2014
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WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - Washington first baseman/outfielder Brian Wolfe has been named Pac-12 Player of the Week and Oregon State left-handed pitcher Jace Fry has been tabbed Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week for Mar. 24-30, the Conference office announced Monday.

Wolfe, from Snohomish, Wash., once again posted phenomenal numbers to pick up his second-consecuitve Pac-12 weekly honor. The senior helped Washington beat Gonzaga 7-1 on Tuesday and sweep USC in Los Angeles this weekend. The Huskies have won 10-straight games and are 8-1 in Pac-12 play.

Wolfe was 7-for-12 (.583) during the week with a robust 1.167 slugging percentage and .688 on-base percentage. He scored six times, homered twice, doubled and drove in 10 runs.

On Tuesday against Gonzaga, Wolfe was 1-for-1 with a RBI double, a run, sacrifice bunt and was hit by a pitch.

After going 1-for-4 with a RBI single in game one of the series vs. USC, Wolfe had a huge game in Washington’ s 19-4 win Saturday in which the Huskies scored in every inning. He hit two home runs, drove in eight runs, scored four times and tied a career-high with four hits.

Wolfe did most of his damage in consecutive innings – the third, fourth and fifth. He had a 2-run single in the third and hit 3-run home runs in the fourth and fifth innings. He finished the game 4-for-6 at the plate.

In Sunday’s 14 inning finale, Wolfe had three productive at bats before he had to leave the game after being hit by a pitch on the hand trying to bunt. Wolfe was 1-for-1 with a single, sacrifice bunt and a walk.

Wolfe has a six-game hit streak and is hitting .600 (12x20) during that stretch.

This is Wolfe’s second-career Pac-12 Player of the Week honor and Washington’s 61st all-time selection. The honor also marks the first time the Huskies have had the same player win in consecutive weeks since Kyle Conley in 2008.

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