Clemson inks first ever softball signee

Clemson inks first ever softball signee


Clemson inks first ever softball signee

Logan Caymol, a standout pitcher from Buford, Ga., became the first Clemson Softball signee earlier today as she inked a National Letter of Intent to play for the Tigers as they begin softball competition during the 2019-20 season. Caymol, who will graduate from Buford in May, will redshirt during the 2018-19 academic year.

“We couldn’t be more exited to welcome Logan to the Clemson family,” head coach John Rittman said. “She’s a tremendous student, an outstanding athlete, and her family connection to Clemson made her a great fit as our first ever signee.”

Caymol’s grandfather, Billy Ammons, was a quarterback for Frank Howard in the 1960s, and her parents met at Clemson.

On the diamond, Caymol is ranked as the 42nd overall player in the 2018 class. A three-time all-state selection for Buford high school, Caymol has compiled a 25-2 record with a 0.96 ERA and 222 strikeouts in 196 innings.

As a junior, she posted a 17-1 record with a 0.87 ERA. She had 17 complete games and 10 shutouts, leading her team to the #1 overall ranking in the Georgia for all classifications while collecting various individual awards.

–Staff Reports



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