Volume 1, Number 13 - April 26, 2011

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Lady Shark Sophomore On Track After Earning Honors

By Saeli Gutierrez
Saeli.gutierrez001@mymdc.net

Miami Dade College Lady Shark softball first baseman Kristen Exposito was named Florida College System Activity Association player of the week on April 5.

Exposito, a sophomore at MDC, batted .429 with two home runs and 33 RBIs. She has also been named to the All-FCSAA first team.

“I always do my best to play my game,” Exposito said.

Her attitude and turnaround on the field has impressed her softball coach Carlos Caro who couldn’t be more proud of her.

“It’s her hard work, she continues to believe that she can get it accomplished,” Caro said.

Her teammates admire the transformation Exposito made in being named player of the week. They are excited she is finally taking her role as a leader on the field.

“She has been turning it around and doing everything to get better,” freshman pitcher Rachel Meagley said.

Exposito’s dedication and perseverance has brought attention to her recruiting wise. Nova Southeastern University is in pursuit of her services.

Exposito wants to keep improving her skills as a student and softball player.

“I'm not sure what the future holds for me, hopefully it includes signing to another school,” Exposito said.


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