Zvingilas Signs On To Honors Program To Play Softball At Albertus Magnus
This article was published on: 05/4/20 11:35 PM by Mike Minarsky
Cheyenne Zvingilas didn’t get to play her senior year at Griswold High School at First Base. As upsetting as that sounds, the Lady Wolverines first baseman carved her way into what looks like a very promising college career. On May 4, 2020, Zvingilas signed and was accepted into the honors program at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven.
Zvingilas, a multi sport athlete at Griswold High School, was joined by her family as well as the Labosierre, Aviles, Wooten, and Rainier families, and Softball Varsity / Travel Coach Rick Arremony to celebrate the occasion. According to Cheyenne’s mother, Trisha, she says that she is especially excited to play softball with her former Wolverine teammate, Madison Labosierre and plans to major in psychology and education.
Although Zvingilas didn’t play this year, she had some impressive stats as a junior. She led the team in batting average (.357) as well as RBI’s (26) and 2nd in Runs Scored (25) and hits (30). She was top 5 in just about every offensive category for the Wolverines in 2019. On the diamond, she was equally solid leading her team in Fielding percentage (.988), only committing one error on the field.