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Crowder College 2nd Annual Semi-Celebrity Softball Game

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Press Release Crowder College:


Crowder College administrators, faculty and staff will join community members and Crowder athletes to play in the 2
nd Annual Semi-Celebrity Softball game, Thursday, August 28, 6:30 pm at Roughrider Baseball field on the Neosho campus.

The evening is filled with inner-inning games and prizes along with concessions. Admission to the event is free and open to the public. Neosho Graphics/Competitors Wearhouse and Sports Locker sponsored the team shirts again this year.

Team will be coached by head softball and baseball coaches, John Sisemore and Travis Lallemand, while umpiring duties go to soccer coach Brad Smith and basketball coach Tina Robbins. Announcers for the game will be Wade Williams and Glenn Coltharp.

Team Rosters include:

White Team coached by Travis Lallemand (sponsored by Sports Locker): Garrett Crane – Sports Locker, Kevin Jackson – Neosho R5, Alex Maffei – McDonald's, Eric Norris – State Farm/Neosho Chamber President, Debbie Werneke – Silhouette Imaging, Charlotte Ward – Newton County Auditor, Les Rainwater – Family Market,  Dr. Craig Pendergrass – Prime Care Family Medicine, Teddy Jones – Great Western Dining and Crowder athletes. Crowder staff players include: Lenora Sotlar and Cindy Branscum.

Blue Team coached by John Sisemore (sponsored by Neosho Graphics/Competitors Wearhouse): Eric Crosswhite – KSN Morning Show, Sarah Sonis – Neosho YMCA, Aaron Werner – BSU, Kevin Wilson – Crowder Foundation Board, Doretta Fox – Neosho Middle School, Donny Pennington – Neosho HS Baseball Coach and Crowder athletes. Crowder staff players include: Melissa Kwapiszeski, Lynnae Cook, Ike Isenhower, Jeff Elwood, and David Jamieson.

The Semi-Celebrity Softball game wraps up the second week of classes and events for students. The Campus Life Office has been instrumental in planning activities for students to get them familiar with area businesses and opportunties on campus.

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