TERRE HAUTE —
Indiana State softball coach Shane Bouman announced this week the signing of three new players — Erika Crissman of Los Alamitos, Calif.; Brooke Riemenschneider of Chatham, Ill.; and Rylee Holland of Rochester.
“Erika is a speedy, athletic outfielder who comes from a great high school program and has played against some of the best competition in the country,” Bouman said. “Rylee is a hard-nosed, high energy athlete whose work ethic and competitive nature will be an immediate asset to our program … and Brooke is a fierce competitor who has pop in her bat.
“All three of these girls bring different aspects to the program and have the potential to make an immediate impact next year.”
• Rose wins academic honors — Both Rose-Hulman programs were among 151 college teams nationwide to win National Soccer Coaches Association of America academic awards, it was announced Monday.
To be eligible teams must have a cumulative grade-point average above 3.0. The Engineer women had a 3.22 GPA, the men 3.05.