Shippensburg University head softball coach Alison Van Scyoc has confirmed the recruitment of nine student-athletes who have each agreed to attend the university and will suit up for the Raider program when preseason camp is scheduled to get underway in September 2020.

These players have signed either national letters of intent (NLIs) or institutional letters expressing their desire to play softball at Shippensburg. This year’s recruiting class features three players from Pennsylvania, two from Virginia, one from Delaware, one from Michigan, one from Florida and one from Massachusetts.

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