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Brownsburg’s Ally Carver to play softball at Florida Institute of Technology

Brownsburg senior Ally Carver has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her education and softball career for the Panthers of Florida Tech in Melbourne, Florida.  Ally has been a varsity player for the Brownsburg Bulldogs her entire high school career playing both infield and outfield positions.  She was unable to participate in 2015, her junior season, for the Bulldogs due to a season long injury.  However, Ally had a stellar sophomore season leading the Bulldogs in hitting with a .416 batting average and 16 doubles while also contributing 19 RBI’s and 2 HR’s.  In 2014, Ally was selected to the Hoosier Crossroads All-Conference team and the All-Hendricks County team.  She was also a key member of the 2014 Brownsburg Bulldogs team that finished their season with a 20-13 record while capturing their first softball Sectional Championship since 2005.  

Brownsburg Head Coach Keith Brown said, “Ally is a high energy, fun-loving and vocal player who works hard to harness the skills required to excel on the softball field.  She always brings a positive, hardworking attitude to field and loves to compete.   Ally has natural leadership skills that she has been able to utilize on the softball field and for the entire Brownsburg School system as a 3 year member of the Athletic Ambassadors.  Ally can always be found supporting the Bulldogs athletic programs as she is an avid sport fan.  She also works hard in the classroom and plans to major in Chemical Engineering while attending Florida Institute of Technology.  We look forward to having Ally back on the field to finish her Brownsburg career with an outstanding senior season as she prepares for softball at the college level.  The Brownsburg softball coaching staff would like to congratulate Ally on her decision to attend Florida Tech and wish her all the best as she continues her academic and softball career with the Panthers.”


Sitting L to R:
Joe Carver (dad), Ally Carver, Cheri Carver (mom)

 Standing L to R:
Crystal Lucas (travel coach), Keith Brown (BHS Head Coach), Morris Virgil (VFit trainer)

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