LSC champions hungry for another trophy

Rambelles prepare for the 2019 season

By Kierstyn Wiley
On February 1, 2019

The ASU Rambelles softball team looks to start the season off right on Feb. 1 against Florida Tech in Melbourne, Florida.

“I am most excited to compete,” pitcher Meagan Hill said. “It has been a long seven months since our last game, so I think we are all anxious to get on the field and see what this 2019 team can do.”
Head coach Travis Scott said even though he lost a few players from last season to graduation, he feels confident about the current team’s talent and chemistry as they head into the season. Many players from last season have returned, along with new recruits. 
 “I expect from my teammates hard work, dedication and to have my back,” infielder Taylor Fogle said. “I’m most excited to be on the field and have fun since it’s my last year.”
The team plans to improve physically for future games in hopes to win championships and help one another reach their goals and make the season count.
“As back-to-back Lone Star Conference champions, we are excited about the opportunity to defend our titles,” Scott said. “The opportunity to win three LCS championships in a row is rare.”
Members of the team agree it requires prioritization and time management skills to balance sports and academics.
“If you manage your time right, it could be easy,” Fogle said. “Sometimes, you have to sacrifice going out and hanging with friends just to get some of your homework done.”
Players discussed what it means to represent ASU and their hopes for the season.
“From my team, I expect hard work and diligence,” Hill said. “We will accomplish what we need to. We represent the university in whatever we do, so it should be done with excellence and enthusiasm.”
“I love having the opportunity to represent my school with my performance on and off the field,” outfielder Courtney Barnhill said. “I hope to accomplish bettering the team as a whole and those around me.”
Fans, students and faculty are welcome to attend the team’s first home game at Mayer Field on Feb. 8 against Adams State University.
“We would love to see a larger amount of seats occupied by our student body,” Scott said. “We will put a good product on the field.”
For more information, visit the ASU sports website or contact 325-942-2091.


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