Player Spotlight: BritLee Anderson

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Photo courtesy of BritLee Anderson

Photo courtesy of BritLee Anderson

And now introducing; third baseman, sophomore, coming from Spanish Fork Utah, number 22, BritLee Anderson!

BritLee started playing softball at age 8 when her mom signed her up for the wonderful sport of softball and since then, she has never looked back.

She plays the game because she loves being competitive and winning. She uses softball as a great get away when she gets stressed with school, or gets mad at something. She finds the best relief is a little batting practice.

She loves playing at Snow because of the wonderful atmosphere created by the coaches, players, and that Snow might win the conference this year. A little pregame ritual she likes to do is a little dance party with the team to relieve some jitters.

BritLee loves to spend time with her friends and family in her spare time, and plans to continue her softball saga after snow. Her favorite quote is, “Somewhere behind the athlete you’ve become, and the hours of practice, and the coaches who have pushed you, is a little girl who fell in love with the game and never looked back. Play for her.”

If you happen to see BritLee around campus, don’t be afraid to say hello. She truly is one of the nicest people at Snow. Maybe if you’re lucky, she’ll teach you some of those pregame dance moves.

Teammate Mariah Peterson had this to say about BritLee, “She always has a positive attitude, funny, knows how to make the team laugh, really hard worker, and a great team player. I really enjoy playing with her all the time I have!”

Bransen Wayne Jackson hails from Kanab, Utah and is a man of the outdoors; hunting, fishing and sports are some of his favorite activities. Despite being known to his friends as the “sarcastic, obnoxious guy,” he is outgoing and easy to get along with. Originally taking the Media Writing course just to get elective credit, Bransen says that writing for the Snowdrift has increased his interest in the newspaper industry and writing in general.

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