TEAM ALESHIA OCASIO: Kelsey Jenkins (IF).
TEAM ERIKA PIANCASTELLI: Mandie Perez (OF) and Taylor McQuillin (P).
TEAM JESSICA WARREN: Danielle O’Toole Trejo (P), Katiyana Mauga (IF) and Trish Parks (P).
Katiyana Mauga (Arizona) has 1,220 points which places her at No. 13 in the league standings. She has 80 MVP points.
Danielle O’Toole Trejo (Arizona) collected 140 MVP points (1,138 total points) to move up to No. 12 in the standings. She was also taken No. 2 in the Week 5 Draft and she became the only player drafted in the first round for all five weeks
Kelsey Jenkins (Sabino), Mandie Perez (Arizona), Taylor McQuillin (Arizona) and Trish Parks (Arizona/CS Fullerton) are all in the in the bottom half of the standings.
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