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Elizabeth Rexrode

Elizabeth Rexrode

27    Sophomore    P     Bats R/Throws R       Forest Park, GA

Martinez about Elizabeth: “Elizabeth has been such a pleasure to coach thus far. Her positive attitude and her yearning to learn more about pitching has been so great to see as a coach. From the time I met Elizabeth until now, her confidence in herself and pitching ability has been inspiring. Elizabeth brings a different approach to the mound. Her grace and poise will help out this pitching staff.”

High School: Elizabeth was a part of the Varsity softball team all four years of her high school career. Her team won County Champions as Elizabeth struck out 13 girls in this Championship game. After pitching 7 games in a row, her arm felt like it was going to fall off, but that did not stop her from pushing through the pain. She is a motivated and dedicated player in which she will try her hardest to be the best she can be.

Personal: Elizabeth was born January 31, 1996, to Kevin Rexrode and Julie Rexrode. Elizabeth was born in Fredericksburg, VA, but raised in Georgia as she moved there when she was three years old. She has one older brother, Nicholas Rexrode, in which she admires and loves to death. She enjoys playing softball and hanging out with her family on a daily basis. She is majoring in Allied Health.

Why ABAC? “I chose ABAC even before finding out I was going to play softball for Coach Campbell. ABAC has such a beautiful campus and every time I stepped foot on campus I felt like I was at home. When I found out I was getting an opportunity to play softball for Coach, I was the happiest girl in the world because I was going to be able to continue doing what I love which is softball. Coach Campbell and the other girls on the team have become my family. Everyone is so helpful, friendly, and nice. They could not make my freshman year experience any better.”