Frisk finishes terrific two-way season for Northwest Kansas Tech

May 9, 2018

Kamryn Frisk softball

Kamryn Frisk

In need of playmakers for its first season in softball, the Northwest Kansas Technical College Mavericks turned to Anchorage’s Kamryn Frisk.

And she delivered an MVP-type season.

Frisk was a terrific two-way player for the first-year NJCAA team as she hit .368 in 40 games as a first baseman and threw five complete games in eight starts at pitcher.

She also hit the first home run in school history.

Frisk, of Service High fame, finished second on the team with three home runs and 27 RBIs.

She appeared in 21 games as one of only two pitchers on the team.

Her performance in a 10-9 victory over Barton Community College in the second-to-last game spoke volumes about her impact at Northwest Kansas Tech.

Frisk went 3-for-3 with four RBIs to go with 4.2 innings of strong pitching in which she allowed just two earned runs.