Softball adds quartet
Monday, July 21, 2014

SHREVEPORT, La. -- Centenary softball coach Amanda Nordberg announced that Haley Miller, Anna Dunn, Lizzy LaFisca and Jordan Dolgow completed the necessary paperwork and deposit with intent to attend Centenary College of Louisiana. Miller (Haughton), Dunn (Shreveport) and LaFisca (Bethany) each hail from the Pelican State while Dolgow calls Humble, Texas home.

“I’m extremely excited about this upcoming group,” said Nordberg. “They will bring athletic ability, a strong work ethic and positive attitudes. These three attributes are the building blocks for making this a stronger and better program in the future.”

Dunn was a three-time, all-district selection for Tim Smith at Captain Shreve High School and was named honorable mention all-state following her senior campaign. The Wendy’s Heisman School Award winner plans to major in Biology. She was selected as a Distinguished Scholar and named academic all-state her junior and senior seasons.

A three-time, a district honoree, LaFisca, helped lead Tiffany Frazier Bruton’s Calvary Baptist Academy to the district title this past season. She was selected first alternate for the 2014 all-star game following the season. The future Sociology major earned the Scholar Award finishing her high school career with a GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Miller played at Haughton High School where she was an all-district honorable mention performer for Leanna Shanks. The Education major posted all A’s her junior and senior seasons and was a member of the BETA Club.

Dolgow assisted in leading James Grotenhuis’ Atascocita High School squad to a 29-3 record and a berth in the UIL 2014 Girls Softball State Championship Tournament. The future Sociology major posted a .385 on-base percentage her senior season.

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