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Xiao Gin signs her National Letter of Intent

San Luis Obispo’s Xiao Gin signed her National Letter of Intent to play softball for Oregon State at a ceremony held inside the SLO High gymnasium Wednesday afternoon.

Gin, a standout pitcher for the Tigers, is only a junior but will be graduating early and starting her freshman year with the Beavers next fall.

The Tigers are 8-6 overall this season and are sitting third place in the Mountain League.

Gin says she’s really excited to continue her softball career in Corvallis.

“It means a lot. My family, my friends, and my coaches have all been so supportive,” Gin said. “Just knowing that I’m grateful enough to have the opportunity to continue to play the game that I love, it’s really special to me. I’m really looking forward to playing college at the next level.”

Gin and the Tigers will travel to first place Atascadero on Thursday night.

 

Chance Dickman

Chance Dickman

Chance Dickman is our Sports Director. Chance is a proud native of Wisconsin and is very happy to be sharing his love for sports with the beautiful Central Coast!
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