(Miles City, MT) The Miles Community College Softball team has announced that Emily Dale will be joining the Pioneers for the 2019-2020 season.
Dale is a 5'8" pitcher from Tooele, Utah. She attends high school at Stansbury High School in Stansbury Park, Utah.
Emily has played for the Tooele Club League for 12 years. During those 12 years, she has been the Tooele All-Star selection six times. She has been on the honor roll all four years of high school and was a member of the 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 Region and State Champion Drama team.
Emily is the daughter of Beth and Steve Dale of Tooele, Utah. While at MCC, Emily would like to work on her degree in either Computer Science-PC and Network Maintenance or Graphic Web Design.
Dale on attending MCC: "After an extremely rough start to the year, I received an email from Jerry Cordova (Head of USA Softball, Utah) about an opportunity to play college softball. It piqued my interest as I have always loved the game. I reached out to Coach Juarez to inquire about the opportunity and the school. After much research I decided MCC was the perfect place for me to start a second chance."
Coach Juarez on Dale: "Our coaching staff is delighted to have signed Emily Dale out of Utah to be another addition to our softball program. We firmly believe that with her numerous years of playing competitive softball, that she will be a valuable asset to our program both on the mound and in the classroom. Emily is a highly driven individual, who takes great pride in paying attention to the little important details, which in return makes the big things happen. We are honored that she has chosen to be a Pioneer and join our Ohana. Welcome, Emily!"