I have verbally committed to play softball at the University of Central Florida
I want to thank all of my coaches; travel, pitching, hitting and high school. I would also like to thank all of my teammates. In addition, I must thank my parents for all of their support. Not only for helping me achieve my dream of playing softball in college, but for helping me become the person I am today. Thank you Softball Showcase for giving me a place to display my talents.
VERBALLY COMMITTED TO MERCER UNIV.
Olivia Boger, 2017
I am extremely happy to announce that I have verbally committed to Mercer University. I would like to thank Softball Showcase for helping me through this process. I would like to thank all of the coaches that have helped me throughout the years and a big thank you to my parents for sticking by me and for pushing me to excel to my dreams.
Verbally committed to Alabama State University!
Katia Suarez, 2016
Over the weekend I verbally committed to play D1 softball for Coach Chris Steiner-Wilcoxson at Alabama State University! I am so excited to join her, Coach Johansen and all my teammates soon!
I committed to the University of Central Oklahoma Broncos, 2013 Division II National Champs!!!
Mikayla Poe, 2017
Well it looks like I will be playing for UCO Broncos and hoping I will be playing for a National Title while in college. Lots of work ahead of me but I am excited that this is going to be my home after high school! Awesome feeling knowing I will continue my softball career at the college level!!! Heck Ya!
Verbally Committed to Winthrop University
Sierra Ferguson, 2018
I am very excited to announce that I have verbally committed to Winthrop University. I would like to thank my coaches for all they have done for me throughout the years. Thank you so much to my parents and family for always being there for me. A big thanks to my teammates and their families for their continued support.
Committed to Austin College!
Marina Wise-Herring, 2016
I have verbally committed to play softball at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. I am very thankful to Coach Vangoss for the opportunity and am excited about playing for the Kangaroos next spring! I am also very grateful to all of my high school teachers and coaches, as well as all of the travel ball coaches I have had over the years for helping prepare me for such an opportunity!
My Hard Work has Finally Paid Off!!!
Taylor Kirn (TK), 2016
Signed with Calumet on Friday, November 13th at my training facility in Jackson, MO. Ready to finish my Senior year and get this part of my life started. I was able to visit this school for the second time last month to get to know Coach Lopez and I was very blessed to spend the evening with the softball team. I am very excited to make them a part of my softball family.
Emily Verbally Commits to Play at the University of North Carolina Wilmington!
Emily Langkamp, 2017
Congratulations, Emily, on committing to play softball at UNCW in the fall of 2017! Thanks to all her current coaches and friends on helping to make this happen!
DAYTIN CHRISTIAN, 2017
I am so very excited to announce I have verbally committed to play for Cameron University! They have a great team and coaches and I can't wait to be a part of it! Now the really hard work starts! Go Aggies!
It's Official! Committed to the DMACC Bears!
Breanna Hunter, 2016
I'm excited to announce that I will be continuing my education and softball career with one of the best JUCO programs in the country! Go Bears! #BearNation
Georgia Dugout Club Player of the year 2015
Amanda Ablan, 2016
The Georgia Dugout Club nominated Amanda for "Player of the Year" and will lead the East region this summers Senior All Star game !!!
Brookelyn Gilmore, 2019
My freshman year went very well. I started every game of my freshman year for my varsity team. Mostly playing first base, however due to injuries at other positions I also started at 2b, of, and I made multiple apearences on the pitching mound. In the classroom I'm currently number 10 out of 455 freshman classmates. I'm really looking forward to the upcoming competitive season and my sophomore year.