Female Athlete of the Issue: Adriana Chavez

By Lillian Butler

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Adriana Chavez has plans to travel to Lousiana to continue her softball career and education. 

     On November 1st, Adriana Chavez(12) has committed to Southeastern Louisiana University. Chavez is a well rounded student and handles her business inside and outside of the classroom.

    In her spare time she loves to spend time with family and work out. Chavez obtains a 3.0 GPA and plans to strive during her last year of high school. She has played softball since the age of 5, and with the motivating support of her family and friends, she continues to play.

    Chavez was offered a full ride scholarship, to play on a Division 1 school in the next school year. While attending Southeastern Louisiana University, she plans to be a registered nurse in the NICU. One of Ariana’s favorite softball moments during high school is hitting a three run homerun against Napa. “Grace French is my biggest motivator.”

     On November 1st, Adriana Chavez(12) has committed to Southeastern Louisiana. Chavez is a well rounded student and handles her business inside and outside of the classroom. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with family and work out. Adriana obtains a 3.0 GPA and plans to strive during her last year of high school.

     “Adriana is a hard working, dedicated athlete. She spends time before and after practice making sure that she is concentrated for every game. I am very confident that she will go on to Southeastern Louisiana and tear it up”

-Coach Grubbs

     She has played softball since the age of 5, with the motivation of her family and friends she continues to play. Her mind was set on Southeastern Louisiana, but when she was offered a full ride scholarships, it was a blessing. Especially to a D1 school. While attending SouthEastern Louisiana she plans to be a registered nurse in the NICU. One of Ariana’s favorite softball moments during high school is hitting a three run homerun against Napa. “Grace French is my biggest motivator.”

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