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SOFTBALL: BSU adds three to recruiting class

BEMIDJI -- Bemidji State softball head coach Rick Supinski has announced the addition of three more players to the program for the 2020 season.Gabi Bingham (Jr., OF, 5-2, Ankeny, Iowa), Kyla Damerow (Fr., P, 5-8, Black Diamond, Wash.) and Morgan ...

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BEMIDJI -- Bemidji State softball head coach Rick Supinski has announced the addition of three more players to the program for the 2020 season.
Gabi Bingham (Jr., OF, 5-2, Ankeny, Iowa), Kyla Damerow (Fr., P, 5-8, Black Diamond, Wash.) and Morgan Sewell (Fr., C/Util, 5-4, Chowchilla, Calif.) will join Grace Bragg, Ashley Herold and Emmy Yeager as the team’s new members who have signed National Letters of Intent to attend Bemidji State in the fall of 2019.
Bingham appeared in 30 games for Iowa Central Community College last season with nine hits, 17 runs scored, one double and three RBI in 42 at-bats. She helped guide the Tritons to a 33-28 season in 2017-18 and an appearance at the NJCAA Region XI tournament. She will play for the Tritons for the 2018-19 season before joining the Beavers.
Bingham lettered four times for the Ankeny High School varsity softball program as well as the track program four times and the dance program once. She helped guide the Hawks softball team to a state tournament appearance her sophomore season.
Damerow lettered three times for the Tahoma High School softball program and helped the Bears reach back-to-back state tournaments in 2017 and 2018. A two-time second team all-league pitcher in 2017 and 2018, she was awarded the WIAA 4A State Tournament Sportsmanship award in 2017.
Sewell was a four-year varsity player for the Chowchilla Union High School softball program. She was voted the team’s defensive player of the year and a two-time utility player of the year, helping the Tribe to a 20-9 overall record in 2018 and consecutive appearances in the Central Division Section semifinals.

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