Washington Synergy held a signing ceremony for their first commits of the fall. Kaci Imus, Sierra Edwards and Molly House all committed to playing in college. Coaches are proud of what these players have accomplished, their work ethic, and passion for the game is second to none. Good luck as you take the next step in your softball careers.
KACI IMUS - Kentwood HS/Bellevue College
Kaci is probably the hardest working player I've ever known. You will see her in the facility 4 -5 times per week with dad, working on pitching, hitting, and strength. This hard work has paid off with big time stats. Over the fall season she has a 1.65 ERA, 83 Ks and 8 walks over 59 innings. She also is batting .346 with 3 HR's.
Kaci is as good, if not better in the classroom, as on the field. She carries a 3.95 GPA while continuing her softball workout schedule. She is currently attending Highline College as a running start student where is she is working towards a degree in Nursing. Great Job!
MOLLY HOUSE - Cleveland HS/Pacific Lutheran University
Molly joined the team last year year from Seattle Spice (Frank and Kelly) . Since that time, she has been an impact player with a dedication to playing at the next level. She leads the team in batting with a .466 Average, .724 Slugging, and 1.254 OPS, 27 hits, along with 3 HR's (Tied with Kaci). She has a 4.1 ERA over 70 innings pitched with 66 K's.
Molly is an excellent student. She attends Cleveland STEM school where she is carrying a 3.95+ GPA. She plans to study biology, environmental science with an end goal of doing something with environmental law. She is also the editor for the school newspaper and plays center full back on the varsity soccer team. Keep it going!
SIERRA EDWARDS - Puyallup HS/Highline College
Sierra has been with Synergy going on 5 years. Her dedication to her sport and position is unmatched. She loves to play! If given the opportunity, she would play everyday, anytime, and anywhere! We love her passion!
Sierra is good student and takes her education serious. She carries a 3.239 GPA while taking multiple AP courses. She is also on the yearbook committee. She plans to study in the areas of Physical Therapy or possibly Pharmacy in college. Good luck!
Thank you parents!
Thanks to John and Kim House, Jay and Joni Imus, and Steve and Angie Berrens. All of you have had a tremendous impact on the success of your girls. Your support of their goals and commitment to make it happen is to be exemplified by all of us. Thanks for being a part of our organization!