ALPENA, Mich. — The Alpena Community College Lumberjacks softball team have welcomed three new members to their program.
Former Rogers City Huron Alissa Bowden, and former Alpena Wildcats Kali Spomer and Riley Alexander signed their National Letters of Intent to continue there athletic careers.
However, in the classroom Bowden is currently studying Criminal Justice. Spomer is pursuing a degree in Speech Therapy, and Alexander is in the Medical Assistant Program.
“Each of them are great teammates,” said Lumberjacks Head Coach Christin Sobeck. “Alissa Bowden will look to play the corner and some outfield. She’s also a threat at the plate with some power. Riley is very versatile in the infield and outfield and Kali is looking to bring some off speed pitching and some outfield.”