Softball on deck

By Staff Writer
February 12, 2004

Mark Garlit

The Lady Cavs softball team will have its season opener in the warm climate of Florida on Sunday, Feb. 29 with three new additional players, freshman Megan O’Brien, junior Jen Prenderville and freshman Jen Euganeo. “They will obviously make an immediate impact because we only have 11 players right now,” Coach Karen Pelkey said of the girls contribution to the team. “They bring a lot of energy and they are very different kind of kids, yet they blend in well with the team.”

With outstanding previous softball records, the girls are full of confidence although surprisingly that is not a main concern of Pelkey. “I’m excited, but confidence is something that I really don’t think I’m looking at right now. I’m looking at how the team feels good when they are out there practicing. I’m confident that we will do well this year, but I don’t like to make predictions,” Pelkey said. “We are a new team, each year I believe we are a new team with new personalities. Confidence comes from how they feel and I have confidence in them but they need to have it in themselves.”

Seeing a new team every year will definitely keep their fans’ interest. The girls work hard during their practices and show good sportsmanship. The college community will be able to see all the Lady Cavs hard work in live living color on the Lady Cavs own turf on Friday, March 19 at 3 p.m.

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