Head Coach Mark Brown announced his biggest signing class in seven years, with 13 young women inking their NJCAA National Letters of Intent this week. The 2013 class brings speed and depth, but most of all, they have power.
“This is easily the strongest group of hitters I’ve ever brought in,” said Brown, and “well, they can beat you with speed, and the long ball.” “Region 17 will always have some pitching, but it’s an offensive league, so you got to have hitters,” Brown furthered, and, “this bunch can hit.”
Future Lady Tigers include Sadie Allen and Chelsa Childress from Baconton Charter School, Amanda Bryant from Flint River Academy, Amber Avriett from Sneads (FL) High, Amber Locey from Hardaway High, Baylee Kennedy from Alpharetta High, Beth Clark from Randolph Southern, Brittany Grant from Monroe Area High, Courtney Ross from Lambert High, Haedyn Kilgore from Spalding High, Hayley Parker from Heard County High, Laura Darden from Mary Persons High, and Marie Diaz from Newton County High.
Sitting (L to R): Hayley Parker, Baylee Kennedy, Haedyn Kilgore, Laura Darden, Brittany Grant, Amber Avriett. Standing (L to R): Marie Diaz, Amber Locey, Amanda Bryant, Sadie Allen, Chelsa Childress, Beth Clark.
Andrew College, located in Cuthbert, GA plays NJCAA Division I Softball in Region 17, with the region winner travelling to Salt Lake City, UT to play for the NJCAA National Championship.
Established in 1854, Andrew College is a small, residential, two-year College related to The United Methodist Church and is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Situated in the rural southwest Georgia community of Cuthbert, Andrew College offers the Associate of Art, Associate of Music, and Associate of Science degrees. Within these degrees, Andrew College students can choose from more than 50 programs of study.