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Hanne Stuedemann Earns “Miss Softball” Award
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KALAMAZOO, Mich. - Incoming softball student athlete Hanne Stuedemann (Mattawan, Mich./Mattawan) earned 2011 Miss Softball by the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association after her performance during her senior season and Mattawan’s state tournament run.

The MHSSCA names one position player and one pitcher for the annual award. This year's pitching award winner is Hudsonville's Sara Driesenga, a Michigan signee who led the Eagles to state titles in 2009 and 2010. Stuedemann's name will appear in the MHSAA record books for several offensive categories, both season and career.

Stuedemann’s four-year varsity softball career peaked during the Wildcats' recent state tourney run in which she hammered five home runs during her team's final five games, including a three-homer, nine-RBI effort against St. Johns in the regional semifinals.

During Mattawan's 12-0 state finals victory versus Anchor Bay Saturday, she went 3-for-4 with a home run, four RBI and three runs scored.

During the past two seasons of her high school career, Stuedemann also earned first-team all-region, first-team all-district and all-conference honors.

As a sophomore, she collected all-state honorable mention honors and recorded first-team all-state accolades her junior season after finishing with a .457 batting average, a .717 slugging percentage, 16 doubles, three triples, four home runs and 48 RBI.

Stuedemann finished her senior season with a .492 batting average, 12 home runs, eight triples, 15 doubles, 69 RBIs and 64 runs and a .935 fielding percentage.

A member of the High Honor Roll for six consecutive years, she also participates with the Beverly Bandits Gold Travel Team and stands as the team captain on her high school swim team.

MHSSCA MISS SOFTBALL AWARD WINNERS

 

Pitchers — Positions players

2011:

Sara Driesenga (Hudsonville) — Hanne Stuedemann (Mattawan)

2010:

Chelsea Sundberg (Olivet) — Taylor Hasselbach (Clarkston)

2009:

Jenna Ignowski (Niles) — Amy Knapp (Stevensville Lakeshore)

2008:

Katie Osborn (Cabrini) — Molly Coldren (Notre Dame Prep)

2007:

Lauren Memmer (Lakeland) — Brittany Merchant (Wayland)

2006:

Nikki Nemitz (Regina) — Ashley Nieman (Freeland)

2005:

Stacy DeLaney (Freeland) — Tracy Everett (Swan Valley)

2004:

Jenna Connelly (Chelsea) — Katrina Moffet (Chelsea)

2003:

Jill DeRoche (Brighton) — Lindsey Calme (Waterford Our Lady)

2002:

Erin Lesko (Trenton) — Ashley Smith (Portage Northern)

2001:

Tonya Coates (Wyoming Rogers) — Andrea Hilsey (Kettering)

2000:

Jessica Beech (Okemos) — Vicki Nelson (Edwardsburg)

1999:

Jennifer Rasmussen (Swan Valley) — Michelle Brander (Jenison)

1998:

Keri DeJong (Kalamazoo Christian) — Kristine Hierbolzer (Stevensville Lakeshore)

1997:

Kim Horton (Clinton) — Melissa Taylor (Petersburg-Summerfield)

1996:

Erica Strutz (Hartland) — Kim Biskup (Bay City All Saints)

1995:

Amy Lukowski (Lake Fenton) — Tammy Mika (Brighton)

1994:

Mandy Kittleson (Frankfort) — Claudia Alban (Ortonville Brandon)

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