Jay signs to play softball for Langston University

Arabian Brittany Jay, center front, signed her letter of intent to play softball with Langston University on March 8. Also pictured (seated, left to right) are Lilian and David Ramirez, Jay’s coaches with select softball team Alamo City No Fear; Jay’s mother, Gayla Jay; grandmother, Rosie Jay; and Ariana Russell. Standing are members of the Varsity Arabian softball team and Head Coach Mark Mangold.

Varsity Arabian first and third baseman Brittany Jay signed a letter of intent to play softball for Oklahoma’s Langston University on Wednesday, March 8.
Jay has played softball for 13 years, and is a three-year Varsity starter for the Arabians.
“I chose Langston University for the opportunity to keep playing softball after graduation,” Jay said. “Thank you to everyone who has supported me.”
Langston is part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), and the Lady Lions softball team competes in the Red River Athletic Conference (RRAC). Jay plans to major in Kinesiology with the intent to become a physical therapist.
Jay is the daughter of Tommy and Gayla Jay.

By Marly Davis
Staff Writer