Taylor Brunn got her record-breaking 249th hit on this swing in Concordia Academy's game on Monday against DeLaSalle. (Submitted photo taken by Jason Bonk)
Taylor Brunn of Concordia Academy on Monday became the all-time leader in career hits in Minnesota high school softball.
Brunn went 4-for-4 in the Beacons’ 11-1 victory over DeLaSalle. Brunn, who has committed to play at Minnesota Crookston, now has 249 career hits. She surpassed the total of current Gopher Maddie Houlihan, who had 248 hits in her career at Benilde-St. Margaret’s.
Brunn, first-team All-State player in Class 2A last season, is18-for-19 in her last five games. In nine games this season she is 26-for-32 this season, an .812 batting average.