Former Kentucky softball star Katie Reed was no stranger to making big plays as a Wildcat, and now, she’s doing it again in the big leagues.
Drafted No. 19 overall by the Chicago Bandits in the 2019 National Pro Fastpitch Draft, Reed has worked her way up to become the team’s starting shortstop, making impressive plays both offensively and defensively.
Last night, the former Wildcat continued the hot start to her pro career by making the SportsCenter Top 10 plays, coming in at No. 9 overall following a phenomenal diving catch for the out.
Check it out:
— NationalProFastpitch (@profastpitch) July 5, 2019
Over the course of her career, both college and professional, Reed has now made five appearances on #SCTop10.
In the same game, former Kentucky teammate Abbey Cheek crushed her third home run of the season to help the Bandits take home their tenth straight victory:
— NationalProFastpitch (@profastpitch) July 4, 2019
Keep making us proud, girls.