Junior Varsity Softball
JV Softball Team 2016
The junior varsity program is coached by Kati Eggert, in her fifth year at Westover. The program's purpose is to teach the girls the sport of softball through various drils and practice games. The girls learn technique in throwing, fielding, and batting. Throughout the season, the team generally has ten games to learn the strategy in competition, in an effort to prepare them for the varsity level.
The 2016 team consists of 18 players, of which nine are returners in the program. The team has seen much success in its recent years and is preparing for another successful season. The team is led by seniors Serena Velasquez and Gray Beaulieu and managed by Jovial Karenzi '17.
The Swim Team has made a big splash in the eight-year-old program's record books this season; seven of its 11 school records have been shattered.
Six Westover Wildcats representing all four varsity teams from the fall season have been honored as all-stars.
History was made Friday evening at the Fuller Athletic Center. Westover junior Gabbie Dunn became the first student-athlete in Westover history to reach 1,000 career points.