At a young age, Logan Personett began thinking about playing softball at the next level.
“We were sitting at home watching the College World Series, and she said, ‘That’s what I want to do when I get big,’” her father, Brian Personett, said. “She has been fairly driven by that. It’s been her. She’s the one that kind of pushed the deal. It’s always been her favorite sport since she started playing. It’s always been softball.”
By her sophomore year at Seymour High School, Logan said, “It just became reality, talking to coaches and getting in the recruiting process. I was really set on going D-I (NCAA Division I). I really wanted to do that. And then some things happened, and I had a few choices.”
One that came along was Marian University, an NAIA school in Indianapolis. After a couple of visits, Personett made the decision to play softball for the Knights. On Monday, she signed her letter of intent to begin playing in the 2013-14 school year.
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