EHS Softball’s Vaughn Commits to Stevenson University
November 22, 2021
Ewing High School Softball’s Kyla Vaughn has committed to continue her academic and athletic career at Stevenson University in Maryland.
Following in the footsteps of her older sister Brianna, Vaughn began playing softball at the age of five and emerged as a standout player for the Blue Devils during her time at EHS. A versatile athlete, Vaughn is strong on the mound, can play any position on the field, and carries a clutch bat.
Vaughn is also an outstanding student, and serves as a Peer Leader. She will be a team captain for the Blue Devils this spring.
Vaughn looks to become a key contributor for a Stevenson softball program that is a perennial contender in the Middle Atlantic Commonwealth Conference. The Mustangs are coming off an 18-10 season that saw them bow out in the conference quarterfinals to Lebanon Valley.
“Kyla is able to bring out the best in everyone with her refreshing personality. She is gifted but yet humble,” EHS Softball head coach Dan Bernoski stated. “Ewing softball is very fortunate to have a student-athlete like her and we are excited to see what she will do in her senior season and during her college career.”