Frenship Tigers Ink College Letters

Frenship I.S.D. is pleased to announce four Frenship High School athletes are signing national letters of intent with their respective chosen universities.

Frenship I.S.D. is pleased to announce four Frenship High School athletes are signing national letters of intent with their respective chosen universities. Jay Rawlins is signing to play baseball at Texas Tech University, Lindsey Williams is signing to play golf with Lubbock Christian University, Kelsey French is signing to play volleyball at Lubbock Christian University, and Taiyler Clark is signing to play softball at the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

Through his pitching performances, Rawlins has helped lead the Tigers to two district championships the past two seasons. During his junior year in 2013, Rawlins compiled a record of 8-2 with a 1.40 earned run average and 76 strikeouts in 64.2 innings pitched. His success played a vital role in the Tigers setting a new school record for wins in a season with 35. In his career at Frenship, Rawlins is 14-4 with a 2.11 ERA and 113 strikeouts.

Williams has been a model of success for the Frenship golf team with 17 top-five finishes in her Frenship career. She was a member of the 2013 team that qualified for the Class 4A State Tournament, a team that was also the District 4-4A Champions. William is also a two-time Academic All-District selection.

French, a three-year letter winner in the Frenship volleyball program, led the Tigers to the District 4-4A Championship and Class 4A Region I Quarterfinal in 2013. She was recently named the District 4-4A Outstanding Defensive Player in 2013. She was also recognized as the 2013 Most Valuable Player at Canyon Randall Tournament and All Tournament at the Frenship Tournament. She was also a 1st team All-District in 2012.

Clark will join a program at Arkansas-Pine Bluff under the direction of head coach Tiffany Ansley. The Golden Lions finished 14-29 in 2013. Statistics for Clark at Frenship were unavailable.

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