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Logan Little

Logan Little

 

30     Sophomore      3b     Bats R/ Throws R         Tifton, Ga.

ABAC: Logan hit .441 last season in mainly the DH spot and a pitch hitting role for the Fillies. Logan hit 3 doubles and had some key hits last season.

Campbell on Logan: “Logan is capable of being a big hitter for us as she continues to work and improve. She is a team player and a great student-athlete and I am so excited she is a Fillie.”

High School: Logan attended Tift County High School where she graduated as an honor graduate. She played on the varsity softball team for all four years. During her sophomore year she achieved Second Team All-Region for 2nd base. Tift County Lady Devils made it to the Sweet 16 playoffs during her sophomore year. During her junior year, she played 3rd base and helped lead the team to win second in the region. Her senior year, playing 3rd base, she was awarded MVP and helped lead the team to win the Region championship.

Personal: Logan was born on January 26, 1995 in Tifton, Ga. to Lee Little and Tina Little. She has an older sister, Jessi, who is married and has one son. Logan is an active member of Carpenter Road Church. In her free time she enjoys teaching herself to play guitar, participating on the church co-ed softball team, and babysitting.

Why ABAC? I chose ABAC because it is a local college in my home town, which allows me to still live at home with my parents. Living at home allows me to get accustomed to college life before moving away. The first time I met Coach Campbell, I was in middle school participating in a softball clinic she held at ABAC. I knew at that moment that I wanted to be a part of the program and be able to play for the ABAC Fillies. Coach Campbell was so welcoming and informative. ABAC is the perfect first stepping stone of my college career.