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Bissell signs with Mid-America Christian University

Posted - 10/4/13

Clarendon College softball alum Natalie Bissell signed on with Mid-America Christian University in Oklahoma City, OK for the 2014 season.

Bissell played two years at Clarendon College and during her time here was honored on the Dean's list and received the Knorpp Cup for academic achievement.

For more on Bissell, visit http://www.macuathletics.com/article/1931.php

Mao continues at Point Park University

Posted - 10/4/13

Clarendon College softball alum Karen Mao has signed with Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA for the 2014 season.

Mao is from Anaheim, CA, and played two years at Clarendon College. While at CC she was a NJCAA Division I honorable-mention all-region player.

For more on Mao, visit http://www.pointpark.edu/Athletics/WomensSports/Softball/SoftballNews/SBRecruitMao.

Aguilar signs with Arizona Christian University

Posted - 10/4/13

Clarendon College grad Jasmine Aguilar has signed with Arizona Christian University in Phoenix, AZ.

Aguilar is originally from Modesto, CA, and played two years at Clarendon College.

For more on Aguilar, visit http://www.acufirestorm.com/news/2013/6/26/SOFT_0626130206.aspx.

Bay sign with Bacone College

Posted - 10/4/13

Clarendon College alum Kayla Bay has signed on to play with Bacone College for the 2014 season.

Bay is from Kennedale, TX and played two season for the Lady Bulldogs.

To follow Bacone College softball, visit http://athletics.bacone.edu/sports/softball/.

Clarendon College Softball competes in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference. Western Texas College, Midland College, Odessa College, Howard College, El Paso Community College, and Frank Phillips College make up the WJCAC Softball Conference.

Clarendon College plays two softball seasons, one in the fall and one in the spring. Practice for the fall begins the first day of class. The fall season usually consists of 20 to 30 games. The spring season will consist of 40-60 games. The Clarendon College Softball players are held to very high standards not only on the field but in the classroom. Student athletes have three hours of study hall a week to complete. Tutoring is also available to students through the school.