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Softball Alumni Experiencing Great Success at Collegiate Level

Pike County Softball Alumni 


Marley Stowers Many Pike County softball alumni are doing great things in college. Marley Stowers is a senior at the University of North Georgia. She is leading this Division II powerhouse in homeruns (5), RBI (33), and slugging percentage (.571). Hobby Gregory She is second on the team in batting average (.341) and on base percentage (.420). Sophomore outfielder, Hobby Gregory is leading the team in batting average (.362) and on base percentage (.432). North Georgia is a top 5 team in the country in Division II softball and is leading the Peach Belt Conference with a record of 13-3 in conference play and 36-10 overall.

PC has three former Lady Pirates on the diamond in Barnesville at Gordon State College. Hunter Lee is leading the team in batting average (.571), homeruns (7), RBI (30), and slugging percentage (.650). The sophomore is having a great year offensively. Breanna Lee (redshirt freshman) is second on the team in batting average (.362), homeruns (3), RBI (27), and slugging percentage (.517).  Another remarkable stat of hers is she has 12 walks and only one strikeout on the season.  Makenzie English (freshman) is also having a solid season at Gordon.  Makenzie is 5th in batting average (.303), 2nd in homeruns (3), 5th in RBI (13), and 1st in stolen bases (9).

Hunter Lee At the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Kristyn Nix is representing Pike County.  Kristyn (freshman) is playing sparingly in her first season on campus, but she has 10 starts on the year with 26 at bats where she is hitting .154 so far this season.

In Ft. Myers, Florida, Lindsey (Lulu) Corbin is playing for one of, if not the best, junior college teams in the nation.  Lulu is playing shortstop for the Florida Southwestern State College squad that is 52-1 on the season and ranked #1 in the country.  Lulu was just named first team all-conference.  She hit .397 on the season with 7 doubles, 4 homeruns, and had 33 RBI.  Lulu hit a league leading .490 in conference play while starting all 20 games at shortstop.