Immediate Release: November 13, 2006
Contact: David O'Brian (email@example.com)
Softball inks three high school standouts during early signing period
VESTAL, N.Y. - The Binghamton University softball team has received a National Letter of Intent from three high school seniors, all of whom will join the Bearcats for their freshman season in 2008.
Kelly Schuldt (Lisle, N.Y.) is a catcher from nearby Whitney Point High School. In 2006, she was named both All-STAC and all-division. She also plays for the STPS Ponies Under-18 Softball Club.
"Kelly has so much potential ahead of her," Brian said. "She is a solid catcher who will be called upon to make an impact right away."
Emily Phillips (Pickerington, Ohio) is a first baseman from Pickerington High School North. As a junior, she was named first-team All-Ohio Capital Conference, first-team All-District and first-team All-Metro. Phillips was named the team MVP and led her squad to the district title.
"Emily is touted as one of the premiere firstbasemen in the state of Ohio.," Brian said. "She was heavily recruited and we are thrilled that she has chosen Binghamton. She will fit in perfectly with our program."
Emily Yodowitz (Suffern, N.Y.) is a pitcher/outfielder from Suffern High School. In 2006, she was named all-league, all-section as well as second-team all-county. Yodowitz also plays for the Diamond Dolls Under-18 Softball Club
"Emily is a strong, athletic player," Brian said. "She will be valuable to us with her hitting and her ability to play outfield as well as pitch."
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