Going from a high school softball player to a college player is a big transition. The next level of play is demanding and intimidating. It requires true dedication, mental toughness, and passion. In order to be successful, you cannot have one without the other.
Four years ago (2013), Rockport-Fulton High School was pleased to announce that Logan Polasek signed her letter of intent to attend Navarro College. Two years ago, it was announced she signed with Texas Women's University and now she has officially completed four years of college softball.
Her college softball career came to an end on May 20, 2017 as the TWU Pioneers fell to the Angelo State Belles 6-2 in the NCAA Super Regionals. The Pioneers ended the season with a 37-22 record and their second ever appearance to the Super Regionals. The Pioneers were one of 16 remaining teams in the country buying for spots in the Division II College World Series.
According to RFHS softball coach, Melissa Reyes, "It was her attitude, work ethic, character, and commitment to each program (RFHS, Navarro College, and Texas Women's University) that helped her handle change and adversity and have success at each level of play. Logan's passion and drive for the game of softball provided her with wonderful friendships, memories, and opportunities that will last a lifetime."
Logan never forgot about our community and was always motivated to share her knowledge and skills of the game of softball with future Pirates, as she always came back to help with local summer softball camps.
If you see her around town sometime this summer, please congratulate her on a job well done. Once a Pirate, always a pirate.