LYNDON CENTER, Vt. – Lyndon continues to makes significant stride toward becoming a contender in the North Atlantic Conference. Thus far on the season, the Hornets are 5-7 with a record of 1-5 in the NAC. Lyndon's win total to date, is two victories ahead of last season's total.
Freshman Kelly Butler (Hubbardston, Mass.) leads the team in hitting with an average of .400 and tops the team in hits (14), doubles (5), home runs (1) and runs-batted-in (10) along with senior Mary Gagne (Highgate, Vt.), who is hitting at a .368 clip. Butler also leads the team in slugging (.629) and on-base percentage (.500). Freshmen Tia Billado (Bellows Falls, Vt.) and Chelsea Watson (Eliot, Maine) are tops in the program with 39 at-bats and 14 runs scored, respectively.
Littleton (N.H.) High graduate Meghan Gadapee tops the pitching staff in several categories including wins (4), appearances (10), starts (9), innings pitched (60.1), strikeouts (24) and earned run average (5.67).