Lady Arrow’s, Brianna Winchester, Commits to Alabama A&M

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Hard work and dedication does payoff. Brianna Winchester has been playing the game of softball since she was 8 years old. She and her parents have dedicated themselves to perfecting her skills in the game. Brianna started playing in Lavaca’s ESCYO league and later moved to travel fastpitch. She has played for SWAT 02, Rapid Impact O2, and finished her travel career with So Cal Athletics Jendro/Dempsey. Currently Brianna plays for the Lavaca High School Lady Arrows as a shortstop and pitcher. She has traveled and competed in several different states; Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Missouri, and Kansas. She’s also been invited to several different College camps, Florida Ava Marina, New Jersey Fairleigh Dickinson, Missouri Drury University, Texas A&M Commerce, Alabama UAB, and Alabama A&M. Wednesday Brianna verbally committed to Alabama A&M to play D1 softball after high school. She will be visiting in the fall for the official visit.

Brianna’s Travel Ball coach, Brian Jendro posted the following “Well what do you know, our 3rd commit of the day. So Cal Athletics Jendro/Dempsey 2020 Brianna Winchester commits to The D1 Alabama A&M university. This kid puts in so much work, and now it paid off, she will play softball and get her degree from one of the best schools in the south. Congratulations Rusty Winchester you have raise a great young lady!!”

Jonathan Vire, Brianna’s High School softball coach, also wanted to congratulate her saying, “First of all I would like to congratulate Brianna on her commitment to Alabama A&M! Brianna is a big part of what we are trying to accomplish as a team, we want to be aggressive at the plate and on the base path. She has been a great lead off batter for us through our first nine games. She is leading the team in batting average, stolen bases, and in triples. I’m happy for her. It’s good to see that her hard work has paid off, and that she will get to further her career after she is done playing for the Lady Arrows.”

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