Bishop Luers High School senior Amy Morrison, a three-time All-Summit Athletic Conference selection, has committed to continue her education and softball career at the University of Saint Francis.
Morrison signed on the USF campus during a brief ceremony at Hutzell Athletic Center with her parents – Jackie and Randy Morrison.
A right-handed hitter and pitcher, Morrison said she “liked the appeal of continuing her Catholic education,” and is interested in pursuing exercise science at USF.
She has carved out a 59-18 won-loss record pitching for the Knights through her junior year with 805 strikeouts and 49 walks. She has a career 0.88 earned-run-average. She also has a career .488 batting average with 82 RBI, 35 doubles and one home run.
Morrison, who has played summer ball with the Fort Wayne Fire, chose USF over Defiance College, Indiana Tech, University of Indianapolis, and St. Joseph’s College. She is a 3-year letter-winner in volleyball as well as softball. She led the Knights to their first–ever state final her freshman year. And she was a member of the 2008-09 Honor Roll. Congratulations Amy! Go USF!
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