Emily Reed put together a solid freshman campaign, and closed it out with a big weekend.
The catcher went 4-7 at the dish in the season’s final two contests at Findlay with a double, triple and two RBI’s.
On the season, Reed hit for a team best .323 (Minimum 120 at bats) with a team leading 27 RBI’s.
The freshman out of Bay City also swatted two home runs at the dish, which was the third most on the team.
Behind the plate, Reed caught a young pitching staff, but managed to supplement the youth with a power arm and a keen ability to knock down loose pitches.
Reed caught 40 percent of those attempting to steal a base, and only allowed three passed balls.
Ferris did not qualify for the GLIAC tournament, and barring unforeseen schedule changes, is done for the season.
Their games that were rescheduled to Monday (4/27) were cancelled, as Ferris was unable to qualify for the playoffs regardless of result.