Valley, NE 2022 MINF Arkansas Commit

  • Ranked #70 by FloSoftball Hot 100 and #18 with Extra Innings Elite 100
  • 2019 Class B First Team – Nebraska
  • 2019 Super State Second Team – Nebraska

70 | Lauren Camenzind, MIF | Aces Fastpitch (uncommitted)

DeMarini coach Ryan Taylor is excited about middle infield prospect Lauren Camenzind because she gets incredible reads with excellent footwork and precision. A spark plug on offense, Camenzind leads the team in batting average, extra-base hits, and home runs. Not only does she tally up the extra base hits she isn’t far behind in RBIs just behind Hot 100 and Florida State-commit Katie Brooks. 

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Lauren is an elite-level shortstop who picks it with the best of them. Her range is prolific, she is an excellent athlete but her IQ is what puts her in the right spot continually. Says Aces Head Coach Ryan Taylor: “Lauren is truly a student of the game.  Living with a twin (Hannah), they’re always competing, and challenging each other to be the best!” Lauren’s hands are soft and work well with her feet and as the game continues to speed up it only slows down for her. She is usually the leadoff for the Aces and in 255 plate appearances last year only had 31 K’s. She is a threat on the bases as well and usually finds herself on third with less than one out. Lauren was All-State for Skutt Catholic (Omaha, Nebraska) with a .405 batting average and nine home runs. The Camenzind sisters want to go together and the teams interested in the SEC and Pac-12 have said they’ll gladly take both.