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From left to right: outfielder Allison Gunn, a junior from Toccoa, Georgia; infielder Mason Garland, a sophomore from Hoschton, Georgia; outfielder Lauren Sanders, a sophomore from Maysville, Georgia; infielder Cheyenne Marsh, a senior from Richmond Hill, Georgia; infielder Sarah Peery, a sophomore from Auburn, Georgia; catcher Savannah Moore, a sophomore from Soddy Daisy, Tennessee; infielder Lexi Cash, a freshman from Toccoa, Georgia; catcher and infielder Elizabeth Schneider, a senior from Smyrna, Georgia; outfielder Victoria Fontana, a junior from Jackson, Georgia; pitcher Jessica Rathje, a freshman from Glencoe, Alabama; catcher Courtney Kenney, a sophomore from McDonough, Georgia; pitcher Taylor Causey, a senior from Covington, Georgia; pitcher Gracie Dorr, a freshman from Canton, Georgia; infielder Emily Hunsucker, a freshman from Dawsonville, Georgia; pitcher Megan Wolinsky, a sophomore from Chickamauga, Georgia; outfielder Chelsea Dale, a freshman from Gainesville, Georgia; infielder and outfielder Kelsey Payne, a sophomore from Chattanooga, Tennessee; and infielder and outfielder Landon Farrow, a senior from Martin, Georgia.
Brenau Softball Qualifies for NAIA Championships Opening Round
The Brenau University Golden Tigers softball team made the final cut of qualifying squads for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics national championships opening round.
Ranked No. 4 in the Southern States Athletic Conference, the Golden Tigers open play in the double-elimination tournament with a four-team match-up May 16-18 in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Brenau (29-22) faces Georgia Gwinnett College (41-17) Monday, May 16, in the first game.
“The team is a little bit younger in terms of player personnel,” said Brenau Athletics Director Mike Lochstampfor. “The players have a lot of determination, fight and heart. We match up well with Georgia Gwinnett, and given the proximity to our campus, it almost feels like a home game.”