Three Eastern Florida State Softball Players Commit to Attend Four-Year Schools Next Fall
By Michael Parsons, Eastern Florida State College // June 5, 2023
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BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Eastern Florida State College softball program had three players commit to attend four-year schools in the Fall.
Makenzie Fore has decided to attend the University of South Carolina-Beaufort and be a part of their transition to an NCAA Division II program. The first baseman hit .328 with five home runs and drove in 33 runs in 50 games this season.
The first baseman from Oviedo hit 11 doubles and a triple. USCB will play in the Peach Belt Conference next season.
Rachel Lamoureaux has committed to Webber International University after hitting.363 In 43 games this season.
The catcher stole 15 bases, scored 21 runs for the Titans, and was named to the first-team all-Southern Conference for the second straight season. Webber International went 14-30 last season and was 8-16 in the Sun Conference.
Courtney Stout will move on to Florida National University to play next season as the infielder will join the Owls, who played in the USCAA Small College World Series last season, finishing the season 22-21.
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