May 15, 2003
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Junior pitcher Jaime Forman-Lau was named a second-team Pacific All-Region selection, announced by the Nation Fastpitch Coaches Association.
This honor is just the latest for Forman-Lau, a San Jose native from Archbishop Mitty High. Earlier this week, she was named the Pacific Coast Softball Conference Pitcher of the Year while also receiving first team All-PCSC honors. She is a seven-time PCSC Pitcher of the Week winner, and led the conference with 112 strikeouts in 94 innings pitched through 14 appearances. PCSC opponents hit only .123 against Forman-Lau, as she boasted a 0.89 ERA in conference play.
On the season, Forman-Lau shattered the SCU strikeout record, with 279. She added a program-best 11 shutouts and ties for first with 21 wins in a season. Her overall ERA of 1.32 ranks second in Bronco history and is fourth in innings pitched, with 244. She threw a perfect game against San Diego on April 19, striking out 14 in the historic outing.
"Jaime has defensively been the impact player on our team this season and it is great to see her receive the recognition she deserves," head coach Marcy Crouch said. "Receiving All-Region honors is quite an accomplishment, especially because we are in the Pacific Region, which is undoubtedly the strongest in the country."