Jessica Stofferan to Play Softball at Northwestern
Date posted - June 5, 2013
Stofferan is a 5’3” outfielder who has played three years for the Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn High School softball team. Stofferan hit .383 with six doubles, four home runs and nine stolen bases as a junior (2012), earning first team all-conference honors. She also received all-district honors in leading her team to the regional quarterfinal. A member of the National Honor Society, Stofferan plans to major in Athletic Training at Northwestern. She is the daughter of Reece Stofferan and Jody Vander Bush.
“Jessica is a great addition to the Northwestern College softball team and campus community,” commented head coach Chris Nachtigall. “She is a skilled player who has strong character and work ethic. We are pleased that she has decided to become a Red Raider.”
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