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  1. Some info on Madison Inscoe that blakem posted above. I was not really familiar with her. PLAYER INFORMATION NCAA ID# 1807235009 Madison Inscoe – (2022) Pitcher/MIF – Height 5’9, Weight 145 lbs – Pitching velocity: 62-64 mph (average) Graduation year – 2022 High School – Nansemond Suffolk Academy Club Team – Birmingham Thunderbolts 04-Roberson: Ranked #2 by Extrainningsoftball 2019 – Ranked #5 by FloSoftball 2018 Madison Inscoe (2022) – RHP/MIF
  2. Article about Yarbrough and Horton in Softball America top 100. https://auburntigers.com/news/2020/9/16/yarbrough-horton-selected-to-softball-americas-top-100-of-2021.aspx
  3. This week end I decided to celebrate my 78th birthday with a special bodyweight workout consisting of full range squats, full range push ups, hanging knee raises and full range chin ups (chin over the bar). My repetitions were to total my age. squats-30 push up- 30 hanging knee raises-10 chin ups-8 next did "one to grow on" consisting of a chin up with 35 lb kettle bell strapped around my waist. This type of birthday workout is sure going to be challenging as I approach 100.
  4. There is a 7 second video on the AU softball twitter page from practice today. Something I read earlier indicated they would break down practices into small groups which looks to be the case. Most interesting was seeing the AU dugout down 1st base line and the indoor practice facility just beyond for convenient access.
  5. According to twitter, today is SB first team practice.
  6. interview with Coach Crouch about moving family and how the AU family rallied around them upon arrival. Talks about practice schedule and also about arrival of a 6'4' middle blocker from overseas. I understand a fall schedule will begin on Oct 24.
  7. I would say Horton was anything but a walk-on. She was basically a starter beginning her freshman year and by the end of her junior year (2019) was selected as all SEC defensive player. She did not express any negativity about her prior team experience, just that it was time to move on. AU is probably glad to have her. Not every day you get a transfer of her caliber. This article from Softball America provides some insight into the drama: https://www.softballamerica.com/stories/mike-smiths-ole-miss-resignation-called-witch-hunt-travesty/
  8. Softball America article about Kaylee Horton. https://www.softballamerica.com/stories/auburns-kaylee-horton-heads-to-home-state-to-finish-career/
  9. Article regarding fall softball practice. https://247sports.com/college/auburn/Article/Seniors-pitchers-lead-Auburn-softball-toward-fall-practice-150920385/
  10. No mention of any fall ball this year (2020) https://247sports.com/college/auburn/Article/SEC-announces-new-schedules-for-fall-sports-outside-of-football-150757257/
  11. This is one of four photos from recent AU Softball Twitter page......check 'em out.
  12. I believe we have a commit from Aubrie Lisenby, a catcher from the Thunderbolts for 2021 who is also a highly ranked player.
  13. Finally, some good video providing some perspective of the indoor facility. Work to be done but can get some appreciation of the arrangement. https://twitter.com/AuburnSoftball
  14. In 2018 she was a Mississippi State commit. After the coaching change there she committed to Texas. I believe they had a fairly full class for 2021. In any event she is now a AU verbal. Actual signing is not that many months away for all the 2021 verbal commits. Her home is in Florida and plays for the Thunderbolts travel team.
  15. August 14, 2020 article about Maddie Penta https://www.softballamerica.com/stories/why-maddie-penta-chose-auburn/
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