Junior Greta Wilker was a key offensive contributor for the Emory softball team over a six-game stretch.
Wilker hit .333, collecting seven hits (second high on the team) in 21 at-bats. She drove in a team-leading seven runs and paced the squad with a .524 slugging percentage. She hit safely in all six contests and totaled three multi-RBI outings.
In a four-game series vs. NYU, Wilker ranked second on the team's score sheet with a .357 hitting effort (5-of-14), topping the club with five RBIs while scoring three runs. She recorded three extra-base hits and her .643 slugging percentage placed first on the team.
After finishing with two ribbies in the second game of a doubleheader vs. Birmingham Southern, Wilker scored a run and knocked one in in helping the Eagles to a 10-inning, 4-3 triumph against NYU in the first game of a weekend series. She followed that effort by coming through with a two-out, two-run single that accounted for all of Emory's scoring in a 5-2 setback. In the final game of the weekend, her two-out triple ignited a four-run fifth inning in what proved to be a 4-3 victory.
So far this season, Wilker is hitting .344 (21-of-61) and is tied for third on the squad with 21 RBIs.