The Rich Mountain Bucks softball team added a few more commitments to the board this past week. Hannah Hunter, Kristen McMillan, and Maggie Lilly all verbally commitment to Coach Nealy and the Bucks.

Hannah Hunter, a senior from Malvern High School, announced her commitment on social media stating, "I am extremely excited to announce that I have committed to the University of Arkansas at Rich Mountain to further my academic and softball career. I greatly appreciate UARM for providing me with this amazing opportunity and I am looking forward to the road ahead!"

Kristen McMillian, a member of the Winnsboro Lady Raiders High School softball team, made her announcement last Wednesday noting on social media, "Today I had the opportunity to visit the University of Arkansas at Rich Mountain and visit with Coach Nealy and the administration. I have chosen UA Rich Mountain to further my academic and softball career. I want to thank everyone that has helped me and pushed me to get where I am today. I can't wait to be a part of this great program. It already feels like home!"

Also committing to Bucks Softball last week was Maggie Lilly, from the Mount Pleasant Lady Tigers High School softball team. Lilly is also a member of the Dallas Tigers 18U softball team.

Coach Nealy and the Bucks Softball program are set to officially get started in Fall 2020.

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