Wyoming’s Kylee Shortt is keeping it all in the family. She has announced her commitment to the Lambton women’s softball program for the 2023 season, Lambton’s first member of the ‘23 recruiting class will be joining her father Greg who is the coach of the Lions.
“I’m looking forward to joining an awesome (academic) program while continuing to play softball at the next level,” said the final year student at LCCVI in Petrolia. “Having played softball in the area while I was growing up, it’s an exciting opportunity to stay close to home. Having family and friends be able to watch me play is going to be a cool experience. It’s going to be a lot of fun.”
Kylee’s father Greg is excited to have his daughter joins the squad for its second season on the collegiate landscape.
“I know what kind of competitor she is, and I know her love for the game, and I’ve been able to see her grow and develop as a player over the years so it’s awesome to see her continue her career at the next level,” said the coach in a statement.
“I’m just looking forward to seeing her continue to grow as she balances playing a varsity sport with going to college, but I know she’s more than capable of doing just that.”
Shortt has enrolled in the Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technology (ICET) program.
The 2023 OCAA softball season begins in September.