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Senior Spotlight:Sarah Kiser

Name: Sarah Kiser

Major: Nutrition

Sport: Softball

Hometown: All over, since my dad is in the military. But I’d say Tucson, AZ or Cooper City, FL

Sarah Kiser has started in 14 games this season, boasting a 9-4 record.  The C.W. Post Pioneers have an overall record of 22-8 for the season so far.  Kiser was named the East Coast Conference Pitcher of the Week for the week of April 5th.   She has also been selected, out of hundreds of applicants, into the Arizona State University’s postgraduate Master’s Program in Human Nutrition and Dietetic Internship.  The Pioneers will travel to Southern Connecticut State University this Thursday, April 14th to take on the Owls at 3pm.

How long have you been playing at Post?

I have been here all four years, but I have been one of the starting pitchers since my sophomore year.

What did you first think about Post?

On my recruiting trip, I thought the campus was beautiful. I was excited to live in a place with seasons since I had not in so long. The girls on the team really made me feel like this was the place to choose to go to school.

How do you feel about Post now?

I still think it’s beautiful, and my teammates still make me feel at home, but I am ready to move to a warmer area!

Lesson(s) you will take from Post?

Definitely the hard work it takes to succeed. Nothing comes easy, and you will always have someone working just as hard ready to take it from you. That and being able to deal with the ups and downs of softball that translate into the real world definitely stick out to me.

Best memory with the team/of Post?

My freshman year, we made it to the DII College World Series. It was so much fun, and I am hoping we can take a trip to Virginia this year for the Series!

What do you want to do after Post?

As of now, I am planning to attend Arizona State University for grad school and a nutrition internship. After that, well I do not want to think of after that just yet!

What will you miss from Post?

I’ll truly miss everything. Even though there have been times I complain about everything Post does, this is such a great place to go to school. I will miss playing and my teammates, but I am trying to just view it as me never having to do fitness testing again!

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