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What are your thoughts and feelings about softball returning to MCC for this upcoming season?

Madison Buttitta

Liberal arts general major

Iselin

Second year

Softball returning to MCC really got me excited to play and to go to school. It keeps me focused on school, and [I’m] looking forward to playing the sport I love. [I’m] really looking forward to seeing what we can do as a team and for the future of MCC.”

 

Alida Pellicane

Criminal Justice major

Edison

First year

Being that I wanted to play softball in college, and it’s been a dream of mine and I knew I was coming to Middlesex, hearing the team was starting back up made me super excited. I’m looking forward to really getting to know my team and have some wins and create a name for this MCC softball team.”

Kaitlynne McCarthy

Physical Education major

Port Reading

First year

Playing softball in college has always been an aspiration of mine. After Coach reached out to me in high school, I was very excited to hear that he wanted me to play for his team at MCC. I think we have a great group of girls that mesh very well together, and I am really looking forward to playing and winning games with them this season.”

Chloe Oblepias

Education major

Carteret

First year

“Growing up playing in college has always been one of my dreams. Playing here at MCC  is the first step to making sure I achieve that dream. I’m very excited to see how this season will turn out because we have such a great group of girls.”

Madison Menafro

Secondary Education of English major

Colonia

Second year

After not playing softball for two years and it [softball] being part of my life for 14 [years], having it come back to MCC has really reminded me how much I love this sport and why I got into it in the first place. With these coaches, my passion has come back, and I’m looking forward to playing this season, and possibly when I transfer to a four-year [college].”

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