Hammond's Hodgdon Earns Potsdam Softball Award
POTSDAM, N.Y.-Seniors Megan Fish (Getzville, N.Y./Williamsville North), Lucy Condon (Waterloo, Ontario/St. David Catholic) and Abby Hodgdon (Hammond, N.Y./Hammond) are the SUNY Potsdam softball team award winners for 2020. Fish and Condon split the Most Valuable Player award and Hodgdon claims the Coaches Award. Fish, a pitcher and first baseman, was 1-0 with a 1.58 earned-run-average in 17.2 innings pitched in this year's abbreviated season. Offensively, she had six hits, three runs scored and four RBI. In her three plus years, Fish was 9-23 with a 4.28 E.R.A. in 245.1 innings, with 84 strikeouts. She hit .317 (97-306) in her career, including 18 doubles, scored 43 runs and drove in 49. In Potsdam's record books, Fish ranks seventh in batting average, 10th in slugging percentage (.395), sixth in on-base percentage (.373), 11th in runs, ninth in hits, eighth in doubles, sixth in RBI, 10th in total bases (121), third in E.R.A., seventh in wins, sixth in innings pitched and ninth in strikeouts. Condon was hitting .320 (8-25) with six runs and six RBI in eight games when the season was called. The outfielder hit .291 in just over three years with 86 hits, 49 runs and 38 RBI. Condon also stole 27 bases in 35 attempts. All-time, Condon ranks 11th in batting average, seventh in runs, 11th in hits, sixth in triples (4) and fifth in stolen bases. Condon was also a member of the Bears women's hockey team. Hodgdon, also an outfielder, started the year with three hits in five at-bats (.600). She scored two runs and drove in one. After serving as a role player for her first three seasons, Hodgdon was starting to break out and earned her first two career starts in five games in Florida. In 38 games in just over three seasons, she scored 10 runs and stole two bases. The Bears will open their 2021 season in Florida next March.