Jul 24, 2019
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Fresno State freshman Danielle Lung throws a pitch during the Bulldogs’ 5-3 victory over CSU Bakersfield in the Fresno State Invitational at Margie Wright Diamond on March 31, 2019. (Jose Romo Jr./The Collegian).

Collegian Player of the Month

After starting the season off slowly by entering March with an 0-1 record, Lung has emerged as one of the Bulldogs’ go-to assets, improving on that record with eight victories in March.

Lung allowed only 17 earned runs over 39.2 innings while striking out 40 batters, good enough for a 3.86 ERA.

Lung’s March was highlighted by a solid outing against the University of Montana on March 9, when she held the Grizzlies to two hits over six innings while recording a career-high 13 strikeouts.  

Along with her two rotation-mates, Lung’s outstanding pitching has helped the Bulldogs improve from their slow start to the season while currently on a seven-game winning streak.

Her eight victories in March have helped propel the Bulldogs up the standings, with the ‘Dogs now sitting on a 22-11 overall record as they enter Mountain West play.

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