Former Salpointe standout Yannira Acuña drafted No. 10 by Athletes Unlimited

Former Salpointe and current ASU outfielder Yannira Acuña was one of 14 athletes drafted on Monday by Athletes Unlimited. The teams rotate rosters weekly based on results. Former University of Arizona standouts Taylor McQuillin and Alyssa Denham and former Sabino and current Cienega head coach Kelsey Harshman are veterans players already in the player system.

No. 2 – 2010: UTIL Molly Johnson, Sabino (Tennessee Diamonds)
No. 4 – 2014: RHP Estela Piñon, Sunnyside (Chicago Bandits)
No. 10 – 2023: OF Yannira Acuña, Salpointe (Athletes Unlimited)

Athletes Unlimited Softball begins on June 9 and the Softball Championship Season starts July 28, both are set to take place at the Parkway Bank Sports Complex in Rosemont, Illinois.


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