Abigail Arabia Denison University
Rebecca Boone Coming soon
Hannah Brown Virginia Tech
Taylor Coon York College
Sydney Donaldson Coming soon
Mel Firestone USC – Aiken
Madeleine Gillette Coming soon
Elena Gonzalez Rider University
Taylor Goode Coming soon
Savannah Goodman U of Mary Washington
Yndeiah Kilby Hampton University
Taylor Yokum Christopher Newport U
Madalyn Morton Georgia Highlands U
Camryn Munroe Coming soon
Lauren Murphy Princeton University
Maddy Myers George Mason U
Lauren Taylor Longwood
Sophie Tully U of Lynchburg
Shaianne Turner Limestone College
Gracie Vallejos Christopher Newport U
Maddy Walther Tallahassee Community College
Tiera Washington Hampton University

Click on the program’s link (at the far right) to see each school’s softball page.

Our original 2019 prospect list was at 38 total players. Of that total here’s how things ended up. We think it’s important to relate what REALLY HAPPENS and will never say that good players don’t choose education over playing in college because they simply do. Injuries always effect confidence and ability and others who walk away just do so for reasons unknown and that’s also just fine. Young ladies evolve in their thinking over time and they choose what they want. We agree that they should. We have five players still making decisions or in the middle of their application/admissions process. All five have options to continue playing. Unlike other recruiting services we will never suggest that 100% of our players are playing. It simply makes no sense. We prefer that you get an honest representation at what really goes on out there.

23 – committed or making final decisions and have options to play

7 – had extremely high-level academics and chose education over softball in college

3 – had serious injury as juniors

5 – didn’t participate in our program; with no specific reason communicated to our offices


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