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February 6, 2013

Ross making position switch for RiverHawks

NSU softball notebook


Davis, Wooldridge reunited

Davis and Kayce Wooldridge are getting quite familiar with one another.

Last season, the two were together at Berryhill, and this season they’re both at NSU. Davis took over during the summer months and Wooldridge signed her letter of intent to join the RiverHawks.

“She was actually committed somewhere else, and that program went through a coaching transition, as well,” Davis said. “She was released from her scholarship there, and after that I got the job here. Then things fell into place while we were looking for a pitcher, and what better one then a middle-class All-State kid who led the state in strikeouts? Why not her?”

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