SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: Softball’s Allison Damiani

“Stay true to your morals” is great advice Reagan Softball senior, Allison Damiani, has for her younger classmates. As a Four-Year Varsity Letterman, Allison has been a true leader at Center Field and on the mound.  Allison shines on and off the field as she has been awarded Academic All-District for the last two years, graduating Magna Cum Laude, and is the proud recipient of the East Texas Baptist University Dean’s Scholarship.

Coach Cupp commented: “Coaching Allison has been such a pleasure because of her love and passion for the game of softball.  The time, effort, and energy she gives to improving her skill and encouraging her teammates make her a role model to younger athletes.  Allison has pursued her dream of playing collegiate softball and has success ahead of her on the field and off.  Congratulations Allison and thank you for your dedication to Reagan Softball!”

Allison will be attending East Texas Baptist University in the fall and plans to major in business. Allison will also be taking the field with the ETBU Tigers’ softball team.  We are so proud of you Allison and celebrate you and all of your hard work and dedication!  We will miss you on the field next year, but we are so excited for you and all the brightness your future holds!  We look forward to following your softball career as an ETBU Tiger!

Q:  Favorite Food?
A:  My mom’s spaghetti

Q:  Favorite TV show?
A:  New Girl

Q:  Favorite movie quote:
A: “If you ain’t first, you’re last.” – Ricky Bobby

Q:  Favorite superhero:
A:  Captain America

Q:  Favorite quote or motto?
A: “You are only as good as your last game.” – Kyle Shanahan

Q:  Favorite Reagan Softball memory?
A:  When I played outfield with my older sister for my freshman and sophomore years.

Q:  When not playing softball, what is your favorite thing to do?
A:  Photography or going to the lake

Q:  Favorite role model and why?
A:  Matty Healy from The 1975 because he does everything with purpose and a passion and he uses his platform to make a difference in what he believes in.

Q:  If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A:  Fiordland National Park, New Zealand

Q:  Wisdom/words of advice you would share with younger students?
A:  Stay true to your morals.

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