Madera’s Mariah Davis signs intent to play at Bethune-Cookman University
Little did Madera Coyote softball coach Judy Shaubach know that by turning her freshman second baseman into a lefty slapper more than three years ago would change her career.
Two-time Madera Tribune softball Most Valuable Player Mariah Davis signed her National Letter of Intent on Monday, her 18th birthday, to play softball at Daytona Beach’s Bethune-Cookman University.
“It’s a dream come true,” Davis said. “It’s something that I’ve worked on since I was little. It’s what I wanted. If there was any dream I could have, it was to play softball at the college level.”
Davis has become one of the top softball players in the Central Section. She was the co-Most Valuable Player of the County/Metro Athletic Conference. She holds numerous Madera Coyote career and season softball records...