The 2015 recruiting class is small in comparison to previous incoming classes, but no one will question the quality of this class.
Kailie Alama is a 2015 graduate from Aiea High School on the island of Oahu. Kailie graduated with a 3.3 GPA and was named to the academic honor roll for the years of 2014-2015 school year. As a sophomore, Kailie was named honorable mention. Kailie was name All-State as a catcher and made First Team All-Star as well. During Kailie’s senior year, she made First Team all-star and All-State as a catcher. Kailie played her club ball for Aiea Warriors 97'.
Emily Bishop graduated in 2015 from Tahoma High school with a GPA of 3.85. While at Tahoma, Emily was a three-year varsity award winner while being named varsity co-captain her senior year. Emily was named First Team All-League Outfield her junior and senior year while also being named to the Tacoma News Tribune All-Area Team her senior year. During her senior year, Emily had the third highest batting average in the league at .632 while having only four strikeouts in 94 at bats. Emily had the highest batting average on her high school team as Tahoma took the Washington 4A State title. In the state championship game, she received the Sportsmanship award. Emily played club ball for Washington Synergy where she mainly played outfield, but also played some first base.
Bailee Bradley is a 2015 graduate of Hoquiam High School, she graduated with a GPA of 3.3. Bailey was a four-year varsity starter on the softball team and was named to the First Team all-league utility player sophomore and junior year, defensive League MVP senior year. All state soph. junior and senior year, broke the school record for RBI's, shut outs pitching, doubles, highest career batting average, highest season batting average senior year. All academic sophomore, Junior and senior year. Hoquiam softball finished second in single A high school softball championship in 2015.
Bailey also played basketball and volleyball: two-year volleyball varsity starter, 2nd team all-league junior and senior year. All academic sophomore junior and senior year. In basketball, Bailey was a two-year varsity letter, all academic sophomore year. Bailee played her club ball with Washington Explosion and Washington Thunder.
Jessilyn Enlow is a 2015 graduate of Yelm High School, she graduated with a 3.97 GPA. Jessilyn is a four-year varsity member and a three-year starter. Jessilyn was named Second Team all-league pitcher as a sophomore and First team all-league pitcher as a junior. Jessilyn also received her teams' Hustle award, great strides award, Team MVP and the Aaron T. Kalama Athlete of the Year Award. Jessilyn’s academic awards include the Presidential Award, Honor Roll, Yelm’s Good Citizen Award and Jessilyn’s academic standing was in the top 10 in her class.
Sierra Halsey is a 2015 graduate of Radford High School, Honolulu Hawaii. Sierra is a 2014 OIA White Division Second Team All-Star at second base. Sierra is also an accomplished outfielder with good speed and an above average arm. Sierra played for Kaikamahine softball club for five years.
Jordan Roberts is a 2015 graduate from Escalon High School, California. Jordan led her team in batting average as a senior and had the third highest batting average in her division with a batting average of .503. Jordan is a highly experienced right-handed pitcher with three years of varsity experience, two years as a varsity starter for Escalon High School. Jordan was named most valuable defensive player during her sophomore year and she received the scholar athlete award three times, sophomore year through senior year. Jordan played her club ball for West Coast Gold and she plans on studying sports management and marketing.