Kaylea Bridges of Farmersville High School in Texas and Lindsey Workman of Rowlett, Texas, announced their commitment to the Rich Mountain Bucks softball team earlier this week.

Bridges made her announcement on social media saying, “So excited to announce that I’ve verbally committed to University of Arkansas Rich Mountain to play softball and further my academic career! I guess playing for 13 years really paid off!”

In a Twitter post, Workman stated, "I'm so excited to announce that I have verbally committed to University of Arkansas Rich Mountain to play softball and continue my education. So excited to be playing with the best and for the best."

Coach Tracy Nealy and the Bucks softball team will begin their inaugural season in the Fall of 2020.

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