Iveson Inks Nine
Head softball coach Stacy Iveson announced the signing of 9 recruites to NJCAA National Letters of Intent.
This will be Iveson’s second recruiting class at Yavapai College. The group includes two pitchers and two catchers and two local products.
- Audrey Workman – Pitcher from Wickenburg, Arizona. Her team is the defending 3A state champion and was name player of the year. She stands 6’2″, a tremendous athlete and very experienced on the mound.
- Megan Ellsworth – Pitcher from Benson, Arizona. Has led her team for the past 3 seasons (state championship in 200606). Is very smart, athletic, will add depth to our pitching staff.
- Chelsea Pineda – Catcher from Coolidge, Arizona. Heady catcher, very good arm and a talented hitter. Catches for Audrey Workman (signed pitcher) on her club team.
- Samantha Roskopf – Catcher/outfielder from Dewey, Arizona. Is a tough athlete, versatile, has good power, good speed, and her arm strength makes her tough behind the plate and in the outfield.
- Tatum Day – Infielder from Mesa, Arizona. Tatum is an outstanding hitter and has good hands defensively. She will battle for a spot at one of the corners.
- Mackenzie Daigh – Infielder from Kansas. She is versatile middle infielder the has good speed and power from the left side of the plate.
- Candice Vasquez – Infielder from California. Is a very experienced player. Is a former teammate of current pitcher Jenna Rodriguez. Candice can play short, second or third. Her experience and versatility will help her battle for an infield spot.
- Kylie Morin – Infielder from Oregon. Kylie has great athleticism, is quick, has a great arm and much experience at shortstop .
- Kelli Fisher – Outfielder from Prescott. Kelli is an extremely fast outfielder, bats lefthanded. Coaching staff fully expects her to battle for a spot in the outfield and at the top of the lineup.