Cleveland State Pitcher Kaitlyn Pickens Signs With Tusculum

Saturday, May 25, 2019

Cleveland State's Kaitlyn Pickens will continue her softball career at Tusculum University next spring after signing with the Lady Pioneers on Friday.

Pickens led the Lady Cougars with a 2.24 ERA and 176 strikeouts, both of which were second in the TCCAA.

"As a coaching staff, we are happy for the opportunity that Kaitlyn has to continue her educational and softball pursuits at such a fine university as Tusculum, under the leadership of Coach Julie Huebner," assistant coach Steve Jaecks said.


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