Jodi Fralick tops NCAA DIII in stolen bases per game

Jodi Fralick tops NCAA DIII in stolen bases per game

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The NCAA has honored graduated senior catcher Jodi Fralick (WOBURN, Mass./Woburn) as the statistical leader in stolen bases per game for the 2010 season.  Fralick swiped 43 bags in 47 attempts this past season at a rate of 1.1 stolen bases per game. 

The senior finished her career with 90 stolen bases, becoming the all-time Lesley leader in stolen bases after passing the former record of 70.

Fralick shattered her personal best in successful stolen bases this season after recording seven, 13, and 27 stolen bases in her first three seasons.  Her season high came on March 11 in a loss to Wesleyan when Fralick stole three bases. 

As a team, the Lynx ranked fourth in all of NCAA DIII with an average of 3.0 stolen bases per game.

In her senior season, Fralick led the Lynx to a 26-13 mark with a 15-1 record in-conference.  Lesley earned the #1 seed going into the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Tournament and won their third straight conference title.  The Lynx earned a bid into the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournament for the second year in-a-row.