Trion High School Senior Kerrigan Ramsey recently signed a scholarship to continue her softball career at Berry College.
The Vikings continue to recruit players to build teams that do nothing but win. Berry Head Coach Cori Thiermann plans to continue to build off of last year’s successful 38-4 season, in which the Vikings went 19-2 in the Southern Athletic Association. The team went on to win the regular season championship, SAA tournament championship and earned the program’s first appearance at the NCAA Division III Championship.
Kerrigan Ramsey will be a a game changer for the Vikings from day one. Ramsey had a .511 batting average, 15 stolen bases and a school record setting 52 RBIs last year. Ramsey had a career 116 RBIs.