Rylie Crane batted .486 with 10 RBI with 6 doubles, a triple and a home run to help lead Catalina Foothills to a 7-4-1 record before the season was cut short. Primarily a junior infielder, Crane announced her commitment to play for Wisconsin.
Most recently, former Canyon del Oro standout Wendy Castro Jimenez and former Cienega standout Melanie Cross competed for the Badgers. Former Sabino standout and current professional Kelsey Jenkins graduated from Wisconsin in 2018.
I am so excited to announce that i have verbally committed to play softball at the University of Wisconsin!! Thank you to all my coaches, teammates, friends, and especially family who have gotten me to where I am today. GO BADGERS!!🦡❤️ @BadgerSoftball pic.twitter.com/k68367R6pn
— Rylie Crane 2022🥎✨ (@ryliecrane_22) November 7, 2020
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