Seattle University head softball coach Dan Powers announces the signing of four student-athletes who will attend school and compete for the Redhawks as part of the class of 2017. Alyssa Reuble (Lynnwood, Wash.), Megan Ottino (Torrance, Calif.), Lindsay Davis (Palo Cedro, Calif.), and Paige Bouska (Keizer, Ore.) will join the Seattle U softball team starting with the 2013-14 season.

“I am very excited to introduce our 2013 signing class,” said Powers. “We have made solid progress the last two years during our transition to NCAA Division I and these players will help us compete in the Western Athletic Conference and for future NCAA playoff appearances.”


Pitcher, R/R, Lynnwood, Wash./Meadowdale

A four-year varsity starter at Meadowdale High School in Lynnwood, Wash., Alyssa Reuble helped lead her team to a State Tournament appearance in 2012. She was also named 2011 Second Team and 2012 First Team Wesco 3A, as well as being named Most Inspirational in 2012 by her high school coaches. In 2011, she batted .650 and averaged 12.4 strikeouts per game. In 2012, she pitched two shutouts and struck out 14 in five innings vs. Shorecrest on Mar. 28. Reuble also currently plays club softball with Washington Lake Breeze, a team she helped lead to the 2011 Valley Invite Championship in Hillsboro, Ore., as well as winning the 18 Gold Regional ASA. Off the field, she enjoys volunteering at her church youth camps and holding clinics for Pacific Little League.


Pitcher/Infield, R/R, Palo Cedro, Calif./Foothill

A four-year varsity starter at Foothill High School in Palo Cedro, Calif., Lindsay Davis was the 2012 Second Team All-State Pitcher, 2010 Honorable Mention All-State Pitcher, and was named to the 2011 and 2012 All-League Team. Finishing third in state, she recorded 336 strikeouts, seven home runs, and 19 RBIs in 2012, including 22 strikeouts in a single game. She competed with the North Valley Rapids club team from 2005-10 and with the Nevada Comets from 2011-12.

Powers on Reuble and Davis: “Alyssa and Lindsay will solidify our pitching staff for years to come. We were very fortunate to sign two pitchers of their caliber in one year. With our game, everything starts in the circle, and I believe we have set ourselves up for a lot of success in the coming years by adding these two athletes.”


Outfield, R/R,  Torrance, Calif./North

Megan Ottino, a four-year varsity starter and 2013 team captain at North High School in Torrance, Calif., led her high school team to a 24-8 record in 2012. In 2010, she helped lead her high school team to a second place finish in the CIF finals, and in 2012, she was named to the All-League Team. Ottino was a member of the 2010 Adidas Futures Team and hit a grand slam in the tournament in St. George, Utah. In 2012, she held the third highest average on her high school team (.380), recording six home runs and 25 RBIs. At the club level, she has competed with Mizuno Pride, with whom she won the Western Nationals, USA Athletics, with whom the team finished ninth at nationals, and the Artesia Punishers. Helping USA Athletics qualify for the ASA Gold Nationals, she hit two back-to-back home runs in a national qualifying game.

Powers on Ottino: “Megan will roam the outfield for us next season.  Megan's power at the plate will be a nice addition to the middle of our lineup and we look forward to her driving in runs at the new Logan Field.  She is versatile and can also play infield if needed.”


Second base/outfield/shortstop, L/R, Keizer, Ore./McNary

Paige Bouska, a four-year varsity starter from McNary High School in Keizer, Ore., helped lead the Celtics to a 2010 league championship (18-0 league record) and to the 2012 state semifinals. Bouska was named 2010 Second Team and 2011 and 2012 First Team All-Central Valley League, as well as 2012 Second Team 6A All-State and 2012 Statesman Journal All-Mid Valley Team. In 2012, she batted .659, including a 13 at-bat hitting streak, and recorded a .535 on-base percentage. At the club level, she currently competes with the Oregon Panthers Gold and helped lead the Washington Ladyhawks Miller Gold to the Oregon 16A state title in 2011.

Powers on Bouska: “Paige will compete in the middle infield for us next season.  She brings a solid glove and the slapping element on the offensive side.  She is a true utility type player that can play multiple positions at a high level giving our team much needed depth throughout the field.”

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