EDMOND, Okla. (Nov. 13, 2013) – Sheridan Bond, who helped Edmond North win the Class 6A state title in 2012 and reach the state tournament this fall, signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play softball at Oklahoma Christian.
Bond hit .444 and stole 30 bases as a senior after hitting .391 with 22 RBIs, three home runs and 25 stolen bases in 2012. As a sophomore, she hit .417 with 24 RBIs.
She set career records at North in triples (20) and stolen bases (103). She earned All-State honors as a senior after making The Oklahoman’s Big All-City first-team honor list as a junior.
Bond, who throws right-handed but hits left-handed, played at the middle infield positions for Edmond North and is projected to do the same at OC, although she also could play some in the outfield, OC coach Tom Heath said.
“Sheridan Bond is a very talented softball player with great speed,” Heath said. “She is an impact player that can help us her freshman year. Sheridan is also an outstanding student. We are very excited that Sheridan signed with OC.”