Kelley recorded hits in five of six games for Baker, as the Wildcats posted a 4-2 record. A senior from Shawnee, Kan., she batted .444 (8-of-18) with a double, three home runs, five runs scored and six RBI.
She homered in three-straight games, including both ends of a doubleheader split with Evangel.
Kelley will represent the conference in contention for the NAIA Softball Player of the Week awards, which will be announced each Tuesday through the end of the regular season.
Baker is third in the conference standings with a HAAC record of 10-4 and will take on first-place Central Methodist this Tuesday, Apr. 16 at CMU at 4 and 6 p.m.