TALLAHASSEE- Mililani alumni and Florida State senior Courtney Senas and her Seminoles advance to play Michigan in the NCAA softball Super Regionals. The best of three series begins on Thursday at the Seminole Softball Complex in Tallahassee, Fla.
The All-ACC center fielder claimed a state title her junior year at Mililani says her competition in the islands helped prepare her for softballs biggest stage.
At Florida State, Senas averages .333 with 180 at-bats, 62 runs, 60 hits, 11 doubles, four triples, 13 homeruns, and 51 RBI’s.
Senas, who both planned and starred in FSU’s hilarious “Kalua Pig” videobomb in Sunday’s win over South Florida during Head Coach Lonni Alameda’s ESPN interview is one of four local girls playing in the Super Regionals.
Top seeded Oregon features Kamehameha alumni Karine Shaver and plays against 16-seed Minnesota at home in Eugene, Ore. At Howe Field while Iolani grad Kimberlee Souza and her 12-seed Washington Huskies play the fifth seed Florida in Gainesville, Fla.
Number-3 UCLA featuring Punahou alum, Sophomore infielder Mysha Sataraka will face 14th seeded Kentucky in Los Angeles.
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