The USSSA Pride, Brevard’s new pro softball team, is now 20-3 after a three-game sweep of the Texas Charge and another win against Beijing at Florida International University in Miami. Sunday evening, the Pride got a big two-run single from Sierra Romero in the third inning and pitchers Jolene Henderson and Jordan Taylor made it stand up in a 2-1 victory against Texas. The Pride opened the weekend with a 6-2 victory against Texas as Megan Wiggins and Romero each drove in two runs.
Pro career: Playing in her seventh pro season, all with the Pride, after sitting out last season with a foot injury. Her career stats include 23 homers and 115 RBIs, In 2015, she batted.258, tying Shelby Pendley with six homers. Has been a four-time all-National Pro Fastpitch selection at third base. College: Played on 2003 and 2004 national champions at UCLA and was the 2006 UCLA Female Athlete of the Year as well as the 2006 Pac-10 Player of the Year.
The USSSA Pride pro softball team, coming off a 12-0 win against Beijing Shougang on Thursday night at Viera’s Space Coast Stadium, are spending this weekend at Florida International University taking on the Texas Charge. The Pride pushed their league-leading record to 16-3 before heading on a five-game road trip. Akron is second at 13-10. Satellite Beach native Kelly Kretschman leads the team with a .553 average, while former Florida Gator Kirsti Merritt is batting .356.
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