With three hits in Kentridge’s 8-4 victory over Kentwood Tuesday, Kelli Suguro became the school’s all-time career leader with 118. The previous record was 117, set back in 1997 by Sandy Nevy, who went on to play at Tennessee-Chattenooga.
Suguro, a pitcher/shortshop for the Chargers, also holds career records for runs scored (85), singles (96), times on base (184) and assists (155).
A four-year starter, she now has 20 hits this season. She recorded 28 as a freshman, 37 as a sophomore and 33 last year.
Thanks to Kentridge statistician Bob Poyneer for the information.