OCALA- Taylor Morrow has helped the College of Central Florida make a statement nationally during her time with the program.
One of the top hitters on last year's NJCAA National Runner-up squad, Morrow has continued to shine in her sophomore season.
This past week, Morrow was at the forefront of a 7-0 week for the Patriots and earned NJCAA/FCSAA Region VIII Player of the Week honors.
Morrow hit .722 (13-for-18) with 10 runs scored, two home runs, six RBI and two stolen bases during the voting period.
She had five multi-hit games and scored at least one run in each of CF's seven wins.
Her best day came in the doubleheader sweep of Miami Dade. Morrow finished the two-game set goinga a perfect 5-for-5 with a homer and three runs scored.
From there, she went 5-for-7 with three runs scored and four RBI in the Chipola Classic, which helped the Patriots reel off five straight wins over a two-day span.
Morrow entered Tuesday with a batting average of .564, along with three homers and 13 RBI.
So far, Morrow is ranked 17th in the nation in batting average and second in the state. She started off the year 22-for-39 with a slugging percentage of .923.