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Erica Nunn
Played softball for four years at Holly Springs High School, under coach Jill Munchick...ESPN High School All-American senior year...All-State Pitcher of the Year as a senior...Made the All-State Softball Team all four years...Captain for final two years on the team...was on the Academic Honor Roll all four years...Graduated as a North Carolina Academic Scholar.

News & Observer High School Athlete Softball Player of the Year (2011, 2012)

Tri-9 Conference Softball Player of the Year (2010-2012)

All-State 4A Pitcher of the Year – East (2011, 2012)

All-District 4A Pitcher of the Year (2010-2012)

Had 1,116 career strikeouts in high school


Played collegiate softball for University of South Florida Bulls (2012-2016). 2016 2nd Team All American and 1st Team All Mideast Region, American Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year

Caleb Mangum

Batted .388 with seven home runs and 33 RBIs in 25 games for Fuquay-Varina as a senior in 2003 ... Earned first-team all-state honors by the North Carolina High School Baseball Coaches Association for the second consecutive season ... Helped lead Fuquay-Varina to a 22-3 record and the finals of the Eastern 4-A state playoffs ... Named first-team all-conference in the Tri-Seven 4-A Conference ... Batted .367 with five doubles, one triple, four home runs, 33 RBIs and seven steals in 29 games as a junior in 2002 for Fuquay-Varina's North Carolina 4-A state champions ... Named first-team all-state by the North Carolina High School Baseball Coaches Association ... Helped lead F-V to a 26-3 overall record and a No. 17 national ranking by Baseball America ... Drew 10 walks and struck out just eight times in 107 plate appearances ... Had a .430 on-base percentage and a .578 slugging percentage ... Named first-team all-conference in the Tri-Seven 4-A Conference. Graduated from Fuquay Varina High School in 2003, and attended NC State University as a catcher, earning 2nd team All-ACC honors.  Caleb was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 24th round of the 2007 draft and was assigned to Class A Williamsport.

Cory Harrilchak
Graduating from Cary High School in 2005, Cory went to Surry Community College, then transferred to Elon University as primarily an outfielder. The Braves 14th round pick in the June 2009 draft, Harrilchak hit .336 wtih 18 doubles, three triples, and 16 home runs in his senior season with the Phoenix of Elon. He was a first team All-Southern Conference pick by the leagues coaches. In his two years at Elon, Harrilchak scored 150 runs, the 10th most in program history. He also hit 27 home runs to tie for 9th in Elon Baseball history. Harrilchak tranferred to Elon after attending Surry Community College.  Cory enjoyed a successful first full season of pro ball, as he split time between Class A Rome and Advanced Class A Myrtle Beach, finishing with a .287 average, .354 OBP and 22 steals. He had the honor of playing with the best prospects in the 2010 Arizona Fall League, hitting .333/.432/.520 over 22 games and was named AFL Player of the Week for week 3.

Matt Mangini
Graduated from Apex High School in 2004, Matt attended NC State University as a 3rd baseman from 2004-2006, and later transferred to Oklahoma State University and earned 2nd team All Big 12 honors.  In the summer of 2005 Matt was named the top prospect in the Northwoods League and was named a Baseball America Summer League All-Star.  In the summer of 2006, Matt was the Thurmon Munson Award recipient, as the batting champion of the Cape Cod League.  Additionally, he was named the fifth-best prospect in the Cape Cod League by Baseball America.  Matt was picked 52nd overall by the Seattle Mariners in the 2007 draft, and made his Major League debut with the Mariners on September 23rd, 2010.

Bobby Fowler
Earned four letters at Middle Creek High School under the direction of Jeremy Thompson ... Earned Tri Seven 4-A All Conference and Academic All- Conference honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Led the Mustangs to the 2006 conference championships hitting .290 on the year ... As a junior batted .452 with two home runs, 24 RBI and 22 runs scored, which led the team ... Stole a team-best 16 bases ... Earned teams "Best-Hitter" Award ... Nominated for the Wendy's High School Heisman Award as a junior ... Rated as the 35th best prospect and 22nd best positional player by Impact Baseball .  Following his high school career, Bobby took his baseball talents to East Carolina, where he played from 2007-2008.  At ECU, Bobby was three-time ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll recipient (Fall '06 , Fall '07 and Fall `08) ... Named to 2006-07 and 2007-08 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Corey Thompson
Four-year letter winner for Apex High School ... Batted .538 with 15 home runs, 36 RBI while striking out six times as a senior ... Three-time Tri-8 All-Conference selection ... Named the Cougars team MVP (three times) and Most Outstanding Player (twice) ... Earned first-team all-state honors, while taking home All-Southeast Region and Bobby Murrey Tournament MVP honors ...Earned an invitation to the 2007 State Games of North Carolina and was chosen by USA Baseball to play in USA Baseball's Tournament of Stars in Cary, N.C. ... Received an invitation to the USA Youth National Baseball Trials ... Selected as one of Impact Baseball's "Top 50 North Carolina Seniors" coming in at No. 14 .  Cory went from Apex to ECU in 2008, playing in 17 games as a true freshman in a reserve role ... Batted .467 (7-for-15) with a home run, three RBI, two doubles and six runs scored...Named to the Fall 2008 ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll.

Cameron Conner
Cameron went to Fuquay Varina High school, and as a senior in 2008 batted .470 with seven doubles, 10 home runs and 23 RBIs...Ranked fourth in the state of North Carolina in home runs...Set school records for career hits, runs scored and RBIs...Batted .441 with nine home runs and 31 RBIs as a junior in 2007...Drew nine walks and was hit by four pitches for a .512 on-base percentage...Helped lead Fuquay-Varina to a 15-9 record...Named all-state and all-conference in the Tri-8 4-A Confernece...Hit .500 with six home runs as a sophomore in 2006 to lead FVHS to a 20-9 record and a berth in the state 4-A semifinals...Played in the State Games of North Carolina as a sophomore and junior.  Cameron went to NC State University, where he saw action as a reserve outfielder in 2009 as a freshman...Played in nine of the Wolfpack's 11 games in May and batted .429 (9-for-21) with three doubles, three home runs and 10 RBIs...Redshirted for the 2010 season.

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