Softball: Three Odessa College Players Moving On

Softball: Three Odessa College Players Moving On

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Taylor Vines, a 5'2" infielder from Midland, TX signed her LOI with Texas A & M International.  Vines finished the season having played in 41 games, had 24 stolen bases, 15 RBI, and had a .344 hitting percentage.  Texas A & M International is an NCAA D-II institution, and their softball team finished 25-25 overall, and 16-8 in the Heartland Conference this spring.

Alice Donohoe, a 5'8" pitcher from Australia signed her LOI with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida.  Donohoe didn't have the sophomore year she (or anyone else) had hoped for - suffering an injury with about 8 games under her belt, putting a stop to her ability to continue pitching for the Wranglers.  Donohoe was able to get back on the mound two more times in late April, finishing with a total of 12 appearances - for a total of 61 innings pitched, 32 strikeouts and a 3.31 ERA.  Embry- Riddle University is an NAIA institution and competes in the Sun Conference.  The Lady Eagles finished this season with a 25-21 overall record, and an 8-8 conference record.

Monica Caporal, a 5'6" utility player from Paramount, California signed with New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, New Mexico.  Caporal finished the season having played in 42 games, hitting a .327 and had 10 stolen bases.  The NMHU Cowboys softball team competes in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) and is an NCAA D-II institution.  They were 22-28 overall and 16-19 in conference.