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Rocklin, Ca ย– William Jessup University and Coach Jessica Pistole are proud to announce the signing of Rebecca McIntosh of Wheatland, Ca. McIntosh, who will graduate from Wheatland High School next month, becomes the first student athlete to join the University’s fledgling softball program.

As a third baseman and outfielder for the Pirates, McIntosh batted .450 and had an on base percentage of ..750.  She helped lead the Pirates to a 6-4 record and third place in the Butte View League.  The senior had 13 RBI’s and scored 13 runs on the season as well. 

‘WJU is a perfect fit for me.  Attending a Christian University and being close to home are both important things to me, and getting to get my teaching certification and play softball are appealing.  I am very excited to be a part of a new team, to being part of history in the making.  Getting to help build a program and building a winning tradition are incredible opportunities,’ McIntosh said. 

WJU Softball will kick off their inaugural season in the spring of 2009. The Warriors compete in the NAIA California Pacific Conference.

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