Husker Softball Signs New Players


Husker softball has included six players on their team, which includes four renowned players from Nebraska. Kaylan Jablonski, the pitcher from Omaha Skutt; Gina Metzler, outfielder of Papillion-La Vista; Taylor Otte, infielder from Wahoo and Madi Unzicker, catcher from Millard South signed letters intending to take part in softball championship at Nebraska, on Wednesday.

According to Revelle, this would be considered as an extraordinary class in all sectors – in theory classrooms and even on the ground. He also added that the players were very athletic that would add to the strength of Huskers. All players are passionate about their team and showing great commitment right from the starting day itself. The players have enhanced their bond and continued working together to give their best. Everyday they are getting better with a lot of promises.

Jablonski has set an exclusive example of record batting average in all-class of career. He has produced several RBI records and home run of Class B. On the other hand; Unzicker is an all-time run leader of all state championships played at home ground. Unzicker and Jablonski also share the common fate of first-team selection preference of All-Nebreska teams for three times. Unzicker also shares the reputation in state history of becoming the fourth player selected as an honoree for All-Nebraska first-team.

Apart from these renowned players, Bartsch and Barrow have also received honor of all-state; while, Otte’s name came up in the team of All-Nebraska for both senior and junior sections.

Apart from these four players from Nebraska, the Huskers team has also signed Caitlin Bartsch, the pitcher from Woodlands, Texas and Laura Barrow, infielder of Kearney. The group, combined with reputed players from a number of teams, has turned up winning 10 Championships at the state level. They also have the glory to end as runner-up in two championships.

Revelle also adds that all players are proud of coming under the same umbrella and great Nebraska football tradition. They are showing their intent to contribute to the success of their teams. Everyone is looking up to this group consisting high-character players and are also praying to experience an everlasting impact on the entire program of Nebraska softball.