Softball Signs Four Athletes To Letter Of Intent
Nov. 14, 2005
The Stanford Softball Team has announced the signing of four recruits to the Class of 2010. Alissa Haber, Shannon Koplitz, Rosey Neil and Michelle Schroeder have signed National Letters of Intent and will join the Cardinal squad next fall.
'This is a very good recruiting class for our program,' said head coach John Rittman. 'We have signed four outstanding student-athletes that will add a significant amount of athleticism and versatility to our team.'
Haber is a native of Newark, Calif., where she attends Newark Memorial High School. An outfielder and first baseman, Haber competes for the Strike Zone club team.
'Alissa is an outstanding player who can play outfield and first base,' Rittman said. 'She is extremely fast and will be a huge offensive threat for Stanford.'
Originally from New Orleans, La., Koplitz currently lives in Enumclaw, Wash. and attends Enumclaw High School. She competes for the Absolute Blast Gold in Bellevue, Wash., but has also played with the New Orleans Déjá Vu club team.
'Shannon is an excellent player who's versatility will enable her to play just about anywhere on the field for us,' said Rittman. 'She has the ability to be an outstanding hitter at this level and is a great addition to our program.'
Neil attends Laguna Hills High School in Laguna Hills, Calif. She plays catcher and third base and competes for the So Cal Athletics club team.
'Rosey will be a tremendous addition to our team,' Rittman said. 'We needed to sign a catcher and feel fortunate to have signed someone with Rosey's talent.'
Schroeder is from Yorba Linda Ca. and attends Esperanza High School. She plays club softball with the Firecrackers.
'Michelle is an excellent athlete who will add a lot of speed to our outfield. She can play all three outfield positions, hits from both sides of the plate and will be a significant addition for Stanford.'