Brittany Vaughn Signs NLI with Memphis Softball
Nov. 19, 2012
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Brittany Vaughn, a middle infielder from Bowling Green, Ky., signed her national letter of intent to join the University of Memphis softball program in 2013-14, the school announced on Monday.
"I thought she was one of the best middle infielders that I saw over the summer," said Memphis head softball coach Natalie Poole. "She's quick, she's got a lot of range and she's got some good power at the plate. I think she's going to be a strong presence in the infield for us."
Vaughn was an all-state selection in 2011-12 while playing for coach Lisa Correa at Bowling Green High School, helping the team to a 30-6-1 record. In 2012, Vaughn hit .513 with 59 hits, nine home runs and 38 RBI in 37 games. She has also been named an all-district pick for two years and an all-region selection all four years of high school.
In her last three seasons, Vaughn has hit .430 with 16 home runs, 125 RBI, 70 extra base hits and 211 runs scored in 158 games. She played club ball for one season with the Louisville Lady Sluggers 18U Gold.
In addition to softball, Vaughn was a point guard for six years, helping Bowling Green win district titles in 2009-10 and 2010-11. While at Bowling Green HS, she has held a 3.6 GPA and been involved in the Spanish club.
Vaughn is the daughter of Connie Vaughn and the late Michael Vaughn.
Vaughn is the third announced signee in the 2013-14 class.
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