She’s known as a quiet leader, but she made a clear statement about her softball future.
On Friday, Nov. 17, Katelyn Hayman signed a letter of intent with Copiah-Lincoln Community College to play softball for the Lady Wolves.
“I love the program at Co-Lin,” Hayman said. “It just really feels like home.”
During her junior season, Katelyn Hayman hit for .237 collecting 18 hits and one homerun.
Hayman was one of two players last season hitting for extra bases with 2 triples.
Coach Karla Beth White said Hayman’s versatility is a real asset. “She’s a very versatile player who plays outfield and infield. She is a hard worker and gives it all she has,”
White said. “She’s not afraid to die and make the catch on defense and covers a lot of ground in the outfield.”
Katelyn Hayman is an involved student. She’s a member of National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta.
She is also a member of the CHS Cheerleading squad and volunteers with the Mustard Seed.
Katelyn is the daughter of Diane and Randy Hayman.