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Point Park softball signs Penn Cambria's standout pitcher Kate Reese

June 8, 2011

Kate Reese recruit photo
Kate Reese (RHP, Penn Cambria) pictured with Point Park head coach Michelle Coultas (right). Submitted Photo.

PITTSBURGH – Point Park University softball has signed Penn Cambria standout pitcher Kate Reese, announced Point Park head coach Michelle Coultas. Reese, a dominant pitcher who led her high school team to the District 6 Class-AA semifinals, will be a freshman in the fall of 2011

Reese, primarily a junk-ball pitcher, was 10-2 with 140 strikeouts in 81 innings pitched during her senior season. She racked up four shutouts, three no-hitters and one perfect game.

“Kate Reese is a very hard worker who is a great addition to the team,” said Coultas. “She throws a lot of junk, has great movement and is a real competitor on the mound.”

Reese, a right-hander, is small in stature as she stands about 5-3. But she came up big in the District 6 playoffs when she totaled 13 strikeouts, gave up only two hits and also collected an RBI in a 2-1, quarterfinal victory.

Point Park is an NAIA member located in downtown Pittsburgh. The Pioneers were 23-18 in 2011 when they shared the regular season title in the American Mideast Conference and played in the finals of the AMC Tournament.

Reese joins a program that has done well in producing top pitchers. The Pioneers have had the last two AMC Pitcher of the Year recipients in Kelsey Robertson (2010) and Kristen Zelenka (2011).