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Krummel Receives 100-Game Winner Award in Iowa
By: Kevin Meinholz, Sports Information Director
FORT DODGE, Iowa (UWECBlugolds.com) - UW-Eau Claire softball player Kassie Krummel (Walcott, Iowa/Durant) was one of six Iowa softball players to be honored with a 100-game winner award recently at the Iowa Girls' High School State Softball Tournament.
Krummel, a freshman on the Blugolds 2010 team, pitched in 27 games and had a 9-4 record on the year. She led Eau Claire with a 2.99 ERA while striking out 36 batters. She also recorded seven saves, setting a school record for most saves in a season and tying the school's career save record. Krummel earned the team's Rookie of the Year award while she was named an All-WIAC honorable mention recipient.
Krummel received her 100-game winner award after finishing her high school career in 2009 with a 113-39 record at Durant High School. Currently, there are 319 pitchers in the Iowa Girls' High School Softball Hall of Fame for winning 100 or more games. Krummel's 113 wins ranks as 177th best all-time in the state.