Former Creek Wood Lady Red Hawk Audrey Sensing was named the softball player of the week by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association after batting .471 for Tennessee State in a weekend tournament. A freshman infielder from Charlotte, Sensing led the Lady Tigers to a 4-1 record in the Tiny Lasiter HBCU Classic in Irondale, Alabama. Sensing went eight for 17 at the plate and hit the first two home runs of her college career. Playing at first base, Sensing did not have an error in 28 plays in the field during the tournament. She had three hits against Howard University, two homers against Maryland-Eastern Shore, a two-run double against Savannah State and a two-run single versus South Carolina State. Sensing drive in seven runs, scored four times, stole a base and drew two walks for a .526 on-base percentage. TSU pitcher Shea Morris was named Ohio Valley Conference pitcher of the week. Tennessee State, 5-11, hosts its Tiger Classic this weekend in Nashville, facing St. Louis, Alabama State, Nebraska-Omaha, Indiana and Mississippi Valley State at Tiger Field. Sensing has started all 16 games for the Lady Tigers and is one of six freshmen on a 14-player roster that has only two seniors. Sensing is batting .250 with nine singles, a double and two home runs along with 10 RBI while only making two errors in 91 opportunities in the field. After the Tiger Classic this weekend, TSU hosts Auburn Tuesday. The daughter of Debbie and Tim Sensing, Audrey was a four-year starter for coach Nancy Jackson’s Lady Red Hawks who won the district, region and sectional her junior year to advance to the state tournament. A two-time All-District player, she is studying Early Childhood Education at TSU.