Eastern Florida Announces Three Softball Players Signed Letters of Intent to Play at Four-Year Colleges
By Eastern Florida State Sports Information // June 4, 2020
Titans softball team was 22-10 overall
BREVARD COUNTY, MELBOURNE • FLORIDA – Three members of the Eastern Florida State College softball team have signed letters of intent to attend four-year colleges in the fall.
Pitcher Katelyn Wilfert will head back home to attend the College of Idaho which went 16-7 in the NAIA’s Cascade Collegiate Conference before the Covid-19 virus postponed the rest of the season.
The Meridian, Idaho native finished with 36 career wins and 198 strikeouts in two seasons with the Titans. Wilfert also hit .303 with 10 home runs and 71 RBI in 79 games.
Pitcher and infielder Victoria Perez will attend Eastern University in Philadelphia, an NCAA Division II school that competes in the Middle Atlantic Conference.
The Miami native hit .303 in her two seasons with the Titans, including .342 in the shortened 2019-20 season. Perez also had a 3.20 ERA in 16 appearances on the mound.
Catcher Jaidyn Ahl announced she will attend Oklahoma Christian University which is a NCAA Division II program that plays in the Lone Star Conference. The Eagles went 21-5 overall and 6-2 in the conference before the Covid-19 virus ended the season.
The Meridian, Idaho native hit .274 in 43 games over two seasons with the Titans.
The Titans softball team was 22-10 overall and 8-1 in the Southern Conference before the Covid-19 outbreak.