Allyson Stogner Signs Intent for CSU Chico
On November 8, 2017, I signed my letter of intent to Chico State University for a full softball scholarship. It was a movement I will always remember and one that ultimately changed my life. My softball career has not been easy in the slightest. It has been full of sacrifices, hard work, wins and losses and endless amounts of support. I started playing when I was 4 years old, and since then, my love for the game grew into something great. However, my love for the softball team at Rosemont is something I can’t explain. I’ve known the majority of my teammates since elementary school and the head varsity coach, Todd Mills, since I was ten years old. I have played varsity since my freshmen year and I feel that I have also grown up with the softball program. The softball team has blossomed into something truly special, therefore I am glad to be a part of something so great. As this is my senior year at Rosemont, leaving them will be a tough thing to do. It is a bitter-sweet time, but I would not want to say goodbye to anyone else. When I leave for college next year, I plan to study psychology and working towards a PhD in Clinical Psychology. With that, I am going to take my knowledge and either pursue a career in children and teen therapy or an addiction counselor. I am so excited for my future to begin, but I could not have done it without the support of my family, teammates, Coach Mills, the Rosemont Administration and my teachers.