Team Hayward: Danielle O’Toole (P); Taylor McQuillin (P) and Kelsey Jenkins (IF).
Team Ocasio: Mandie Perez (OF) and Katiyana Mauga (IF).
Katiyana Mauga (Arizona) collected 430 points in the first week by going 4-for-8 with one home run and five RBI. She finished in ninth place. Mauga also picked up 20 MVP points and she was the 13th player picked overall this week. Danielle O’Toole (Arizona) collected 60 MVP points (266 total points).
Kelsey Jenkins (Sabino), Mandie Perez (Arizona) and Taylor McQuillin (Arizona) all finished in the bottom half of the standings.
MAUGA BOMB 💣💥
We see you, @katiyana_13!
— Athletes Unlimited (@AUProSports) September 1, 2020
Ocasio vs. Show (9/5) 10 am (ESPN3)
Hayward vs. Osterman (9/5) 12:30 pm (ESPN3)
Hayward vs. Show (9/6) 10 am (ESPN3)
Ocasio vs. Osterman (9/6) 12:30 pm. (ESPN3)
Ocasio vs. Hayward (9/7) 1 p.m. (ESPN3)
(Parkway Bank Sports Complex, Rosemont, IL)
LINK: WEEK ONE DRAFT
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