The talented sophomore pitcher has compiled a 15-3 record with a 0.38 ERA and 299 strikeouts in 127 innings.
Her dominance was on full display in a 8-0 win over Carmel on May 8, striking out all 21 batters she faced to record a perfect game.
Video: New York sophomore piling up strikeouts
Shannon Becker makes Mahopac tough to beat.
"To get 21 straight strikeouts, it's something you don't see in a lifetime," Mahopac coach Cristina Giansante told the New York State Sportswriters Association.
Even more impressively, Becker's perfect game came after a 20 strikeout performance in which she only allowed one hit. Over the course of the two games, she struck out 39 consecutive batters.
While Becker made national headlines with her 21-strikeout perfect game, it was far from an outlier as the sophomore has flirted with a perfect game multiple times this season, allowing just one base-runner in four other outings this season.
Becker was back at it Tuesday, again allowing just a single hit and striking out 16 in a 4-0 win over Ketcham (Wappinger Falls).
While she may not reach the NYSPHSAA record for strikeouts in a season this year, Becker will have an opportunity to make a run at the single season record of 411 strikeouts in her final two years.