Softball Bears Announce Five Committments
Missouri State softball coach Holly Hesse has announced committments from three high school and two junior college student-athletes for the 2008-09 school year.
Raven Replogle is a 5-5 outfielder from Webb City, Mo. She helped lead Webb City High School to two state titles and an overall record of 107-9 in four years as a starter. A three-time all-conference and all-district selection, Replogle was a first team all-state selection as a senior.
A four-year starter for Lake Dallas High School in Corinth, Texas, Taylor Farley is a 5-7 catcher. A three-time LDHS offensive player of the year, Farley was also a two-time District 9-4A catcher of the year.
Natalie Rose is a 5-10 pitcher from Henryetta (Okla.) High School. A three-time all-county most valuable player and 8-Star All-Conference selection, Rose led her high school team to a state runner-up finish in 2007. She compiled a 0.61 ERA this season, pitching 25 shutouts and eight no-hitters to earn first team all-state honors. Rose was also a member of the 16-and-under AFA national championship team, the Oklahoma Dynamite Badside.
Lauren Supak and Andrea Weiss, sophomores from Butler County Community College in El Dorado, Kans.have committed to be Bears, also. The duo combined to help lead Butler County to a team record 49 wins and top-10 finish in the 2007 NJCAA World Series.
Supak, a 5-10 pitcher from Katy, Texas, appeared in 41 games and compiled a 21-6 record in 2007. She amassed 176 strikeouts en route to a 2.30 ERA. She compiled a .257 batting average in 35 at bats, also.
Weiss, a 5-5 third baseman from Wellington, Kan., batted .393 with 52 RBIs and 64 hits in 163 at bats in 2007.