Softball Senior Salute: Ann Stull

Softball Senior Salute: Ann Stull

Name: Ann Stull

Hometown/High School: Addison, NY / Addison

Bio  |  Career Stats

Major: Political Science/History & Management: Marketing

Plans for next year: I have accepted a position on a congressional campaign and I will work there through this election cycle. After that, I am open to pursuing any opportunities that I may face!

Career goal: I hope to move to Washington, D.C. at some point and work in marketing/communications or grassroots for a political organization that I am passionate about.

Favorite memory with the team: My favorite memory with my team was when they held an impromptu Senior Day for us when we found out that the remainder of our season was cancelled. It shows how much of a family we are and how lucky we are to have such amazing underclassmen as teammates.

Other activities at Keuka College: President of the Political Science, History, and Pre-Law (PSHPL) Club, Senator at Large on Student Senate, Vice President of the Sigma Lambda Sigma Honor Society, Treasurer of the Class of 2020, Student Justice on the Student Conduct Panel, Member of the Investment Club, Inductee of The National Society of Leadership & Success (NSLS), Inductee of Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society

What advice would give to freshmen on the team: Don't ever take a single moment on the field for granted. You never know when your time is up, so always leave it all out there on the field and represent the green and gold with Wolf Pride. It's always about being a part of something bigger than yourself on this team, so we play for the name on the front of the jersey, as well as each other.

What would you tell someone looking at Keuka College: Keuka College is a really special place. All of the people that are here are genuinely kind and care about doing whatever they can to help you succeed. I transferred to Keuka for my last few years of undergrad, and I can honestly say that Keuka College is one of a kind. Coming to Keuka is one of the best decisions I have ever made, and I hope that you will think so too!

What does it mean to be a part of the #KCFamily: Being a part of the #KCFamily means that you rally behind one another when the going gets tough. We are always there to lean on one another, no matter what.

From Coach Burke: Annie has only had the opportunity to play in our program for one year since transferring from Nazareth College.  She was a little rusty in her first year, after taking a year off to do a semester long internship in Washington, D.C.  Annie had worked really hard this past summer and in off season to prepare herself for her senior year.  I believe she would have had her best season yet!

A message from Ann: Thank you to Lucy, Terri, and Riley for always being there for us, both on and off the field. We don't know what we would do without you! Thank you to the underclassmen for being a phenomenal support system to the seniors through all of this. It has been truly heartbreaking at times not being able to end our season on our own terms, but thanks for making our last couple of days wearing the green and gold memorable. Thank you to my fellow seniors for welcoming me onto the team when I first transferred to Keuka. It has been an honor to play with you all and I know that you all have very bright futures ahead of you. I started cheering you on when we were on the field, and I can't wait to continue cheering you on off the field. Best of luck in all of your future endeavors! Thank you to Mom and Dad for their years of sacrifice. You have spent so much time and energy allowing me to pursue the game that I love and you have always cheered me on through it all. It has meant so much to me and I will miss stepping up to the plate and seeing you in the stands. Finally, thank you to Coach and Mr. Coach for everything that you have done for us over the years. Your passion and love of the game shines through every single day we see you and it has always helped push me to be the best softball player and person that I can be. I am forever grateful for my entire KCSB Family.

 

Our seniors had their Keuka College spring season cut short because of the global pandemic. Over the next several weeks we will take the opportunity to thank and honor each of these seniors who demonstrated such strength, dedication and support to their sport, to Keuka College Athletics and throughout their time at Keuka College. We are so proud to have them as part of our #KCFamily and we can't wait to see what they do next!  #gratitudeforKCSeniors2020