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WWU lands seven outstanding freshmen recruits

WWU lands seven outstanding freshmen recruits

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          BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Seven recent high school graduates, three of whom played at Kamiakin High School which won a third straight Class 3A state championship last spring, will play softball for the Vikings beginning this fall.

“We have a large class joining us this season and I couldn’t be more excited about this group,” said WWU head coach Amy Suiter. “We have athletes that have done big things in their youth careers and we are excited for them to start their journey to the next level as Vikings!”

Making up the 2014 class are first baseman/designated hitter Emily Benson from Kamiakin in Kennewick, infielder Megan Jewett-Chan from Todd Beamer in Federal Way, first baseman Katelyn McDonald from Arlington, utility player Sarah Morrow from Enumclaw, outfielder Carlie and shortstop Cylie Richards, twin sisters from Kamiakin, and pitcher/shortstop Makinlee Sellevold from Cascade in Everett.

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