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Bulls softball lands two commitments
Posted Apr 25, 2011 by Adam Adkins
Updated Apr 25, 2011 at 01:44 PM
University of South Florida softball coach Ken Eriksen is doing his best to lock up talent for the future, and he’s landed commitments from a pair of teammates from Wagner’s Gold softball organization, a travel squad that competes on the Amateur Softball Association of America circuit.
Erica Nunn, a left-handed pitcher in the Class of 2012 from Holly Springs, N.C., and Juli Weber, an outfielder in the Class of 2013 out of Valley View, Pa., each have given a verbal pledge to the Bulls, according to Wagner’s coach Reese Kiple.
Nunn plays at Holly Springs High, and is off to a stellar start to her junior season according to this report in the News & Observer. She has allowed only 16 runs through her first 13 games while striking out 180 batters, including 15 or more in seven games and at least 10 in every start. She’s also thrown four no-hitters and two one-hitters.
The Bulls already have one dynamic young left-handed pitcher in freshman Sara Nevins, and Kiple – whose daughter, Kourtney Salvarola, plays for the Bulls – is excited about a Nevins-Dunn combination in the near future.
“I truly think once she gets to USF she’ll make an immediate impact,” Kiple said. “You figure Nevins will be a junior when she gets on campus, and you look at Kenny having two 6-foot left-handers. That’s going to be really good.”
Nunn is the Bulls third commitment for the Class of 2012, joining a pair of Bay area products. Gaither High’s Morgan Litchfield committed to USF as a freshman, and Wharton High’s Monica Santos committed as a sophomore.
Weber plays at Tri-Valley, where she is a two-sport standout. She recently earned second-team all-state honors in basketball.
“Juli is a leader on the field,” Kiple said. “Nothing flusters the kid, and she’s truly just an exceptional athlete. Just an incredible, natural athlete.”