Women's Softball Add 3 More for 2020
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Windsor, ON – The St. Clair College Women’s Softball team added three more strong recruits to their 2020 stockpile including Julia Brusseau (Lakeshore, ON), Brooklyn Cressman (Woodstock, ON) and Paige Ulman (Windsor, ON).  

Brusseau is a 5’5” catcher/outfielder and a product of St. Anne High School pointed academically towards St. Clair’s Honours Bachelor of Applied Arts in Social Justice and Legal Studies program.  She played with the Windsor Wildcats club program locally that competed stateside for several championships as well as winning an Ontario provincial title.  

The 5’6” Cressman attended Woodstock’s Huron Park Secondary School but played club for Up the Middle (UTM), Tavistock and Napanee in her formative years refining her skills at the catcher and corner infield positions.  During that time, she garnered attention winning an MVP Award on her way to a Canadian Championship.  Cressman will be taking St. Clair’s Architectural Technology program in the classroom.  

Ulman is a 5’6” outfielder who also plays in the Windsor Wildcats club organization having won a provincial Championship while collecting several MVP awards. The Holy Names grad will be enrolled in St. Clair’s Early Childhood Education program this fall.  

St. Clair Women’s Softball Head Coach Doug Wiseman said about the recruits, “We have addressed the catcher's position with the additions of Julia and Brooke.  We put a lot of emphasis on that spot as we run all our defensive plays through them.”

Wiseman continued, “Brooke can also play either corner position in the infield and Julia can play the corner outfield positions.  Julia swings a good bat from the right side and will add some power to our line-up while Brooke swings a strong bat from the left side.  We feel fortunate to bring in two talented, versatile and athletic players. I firmly believe having Brooke and Julia will make our team much more competitive.”

“Paige fills another priority as an outfielder on our roster while bringing intensity, effort and hustle to the field,” Wiseman complimented about the Ulman pickup.  

He continued, “Paige is the type of player we want representing the Saints.”

“Brusseau, Cressman and Ulman are all playing together this season with the Windsor Wildcats organization and this has been an outstanding year to bring in so many talented players,” noted Wiseman.

“They will be joining our strong returning nucleus in all-stars Mary O'Neil and Jenna Hillman not to mention reigning OCAA Player of the Year Rya Cowan,” finished Wiseman.

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