Softball adds to 2015 roster
Monday, August 11, 2014

SHREVEPORT, La. – Centenary softball coach Amanda Nordberg announced that Emily Sexton, Codi Coghlan and Alexis Lowery completed the necessary paperwork and deposit with intent to attend Centenary College of Louisiana. Sexton, a native of Shongaloo, La., is a transfer from Bossier Parish Community College. Coghlan, a native of Marshall, Texas, and Lowery, a product of Oak Grove, La., will enter as true freshmen.

“I am excited to have these three join our program,” said Nordberg. “We continue to add pieces that will bring athletic ability, a strong work ethic and positive attitudes. These are the building blocks for making this a stronger and better program in the future.”

Sexton played two seasons at BPCC for Ashley Grisham. In her freshman season, Sexton posted a .429 batting average while scoring 11 times in just nine games for the Lady Cavaliers. While with the Lady Cavs she earned the Sportsmanship Award in 2011-12 and was named to the Dean’s List and National Honor Society. Prior to BPCC, she was an all-state and all-district performer at Shongaloo High School where she was named Offensive and Defensive MVP in 2009-10. She plans to major in Sociology.

Coghlan was a two-time all-district performer in the circle and in the outfield her final two seasons at Marshall High School and received a pair of honorable mention honors her first two seasons as a member of Allison Shepperd’s squads. She plans on majoring in Biology.

Lowery, a three-time, first team all-district selection, helped guide Oak Grove High School to the 2A LHSAA State title her senior season. She was a member of the honor roll and graduated OAHS with a 3.6 grade point average. She plans to major in Biology.

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