“I am very excited to be playing at ICC next season,” said Tedford. “I am going to work hard at getting faster and being a better catcher, but my main priority is doing what I need to do to help the team be successful.”
Tedford batted .413 with 26 hits and 26 runs driven in while scoring 14 more runs with only four strike outs in 69 plate appearances to go along with her .977 fielding percentage during her senior season with the Lady Warriors.
“Cammie is an extremely versatile player,” said first-year ICC head softball coach Andy Kirk.
“Defensively, she’ll give us some much needed depth as a catcher and will give us a really solid glove in the infield when she’s not behind the plate. Offensively, she’ll add some pop to the order and hopefully step into that role of driving in runs for us like she did while she was at Pontotoc.”
For more information on ICC softball and the nine other intercollegiate athletic programs visit the college website at www.iccms.edu.