BRAMPTON, Ontario – Stony Brook softball alumna Dawn Bodrug has been invited to Softball Canada’s National Team Selection Camp as announced by the organization on Tuesday. Bodrug is one of 32 athletes who will attend the camp which takes place from June 8-12 in Brampton, Ontario.
The athletes were selected by the Women’s National Team coaching staff following a series of regional identification camps that were held in Saskatoon, Sask., Surrey, B.C. and Brampton, Ont. over the last few weeks, scouting at the university/college level and past performance.
Bodrug went 19-7 with a 2.00 ERA in 29 games (25 starts) this past season for the Seawolves. She has tossed 22 complete games, 10 shutouts, and picked up two saves. Bodrug recorded four no-hitters – all coming in the month of April (no-hit Maine on Apr. 2, St. John’s on Apr. 5, Hartford on Apr. 23, and UMBC on Apr. 27). She tallied 285 strikeouts, which marked a new Stony Brook single-season record.
At the conclusion of the regular season, the Georgetown, Ontario native ranked fifth in the nation in shutouts, sixth in strikeouts per seven innings, and 10th in strikeouts. Bodrug was also named to the All-Conference First Team and was tabbed to the NFCA All-Region Second Team for her standout performance in 2022.
Following the Selection Camp, the coaching staff will select their roster for the Women’s National Team Celebration Tour stops in Ontario (June 16-18) and Saskatchewan (June 29 to July 1), the Canada Cup International Softball Championship (June 20-26) and the World Games (July 9-13).
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