Jocelyn Stubbs, who was a catcher and infielder at Western Nebraska Community College the past two seasons, will continue her softball career at Chadron State College, head coach Rob Stack announced Tuesday.
“Jocelyn comes from a great softball background and her skills definitely compliment our program,” Stack said.
During her two years at WNCC, Stubbs, a native of Roosevelt, Utah, played a big role in helping lead the Cougars to consecutive Region IX championships thanks to her solid play at catcher and her offensive production. For her career, she had 23 home runs and 106 runs batted in.
In a press release from the WNCC Sports Information Office, Stubbs said she has grown to love western Nebraska.
“I chose to go to Chadron because I believe they have a good program and a good coach that will help me progress in both softball and in school,” she said.
Stubbs will be the sixth WNCC player to continue her career at Chadron State. The others are Stephanie and Chelsi Townsend, Brittany Chacon, and Blair and Britt McEndaffer.
“I feel as if they have set traditions and standards at Chadron as former WNCC players and I am excited to be a part of that,” Stubbs said in a press release. “I have talked with them multiple times about going to school there and after hearing how much they love it I knew I would love it, too.”
Stubbs is the 10th player to ink with the Eagles this season. The others are Rebekah Anthony, Katelyn Kruger, Caity Pelayo, Breeze Phillips, Kylee Polsley, Megan Vincent, Taylor Cobb, Shea Graham and Caroline Johnson.
—Alex Helmbrecht, Sports Information Director
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