KAUKAUNA — Taryn Christopher, a member of the Kaukauna Gosts softball team that has won three state titles in a row, signed last week to attend college and play softball at the University of Minnesota-Duluth next fall.
Christopher, an infielder, was one of six players to sign last week with the NCAA Division II Bulldogs.
“This is a very athletic and versatile class and they will each bring something special to our already talented group of student-athletes,” UMD head coach Lynn Anderson was quoted as saying in a news release. “We’re excited to welcome this new class into our Bulldog Softball family and look forward to helping them reach their full potential on and off the field.”
Christopher is a member of the Galloping Ghosts team that reeled off 81 wins in a row during the season and were the 22nd ranked H.S. team in the nation.
As a junior, Christopher was a First Team All-Conference selection, as well as a First Team All-District and All-State Honorable Mention.
With the Kaukauna Fastpitch, Christopher was a part of two NAFA National titles, and two state titles.
The Ghosts return to the diamond this spring to defend their state title in Christopher’s last season at Kaukauna High School.