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Four Seward Softball Players Sign
07/09/2010

Erin Roufosse

Four Seward softball players signed with four year schools and left championships behind at Seward. Brittany Kent, Brianna Baron, Marisa Coats, and Erin Roufosse all signed after a 47-14 season and a Jayhawk West and Region 6 championship in both their freshman and sophomore seasons.

Kent, a center fielder from Carlsbad, New Mexico, signs at Lubbock Christian after hitting .328 with seven homers and 49 RBI's.

Third baseman Brianna Baron from British Columbia signs at East Central Oklahoma after she hit .364 with three homers and 34 RBI's.

Catcher Marisa Coats from Riverside, California signs at division 1 Howard in Washington D.C. after she hit a team leading .392 with 10 homers and 53 RBI's.

Pitcher Erin Roufosse from British Columbia signs at Eastern New Mexico after going 25-7 with a 1.00 ERA and 196 strikeouts.

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