Mikaela Aiken, Virginia Tech Softball & Lake Brantley Star

Mikaela Aiken was a local standout from Altamonte Springs, FL. She received a full scholarship to compete for Virginia Tech’s softball team where she pitched, played third base and hit for the Hokies. In high school, her jersey was retired at Lake Brantley High School after a incredible senior season where she averages a 1.55 ERA, 18 wins, 206 strikeouts, and 16 homeruns after her four years. High School: Graduated from Lake Brantley High, where she played softball for coach James Bayly … A team captain … A three-time first-team all-state player by Miracle Sports for the 8A level … A four-time all-conference selection … A three-time player of the year selection … Won the Guy Garrett Athlete of the Year award as a senior … Posted a 1.37 ERA in her final year … Hit .369 with seven home runs and 19 RBIs … Had the highest batting average, slugging percentage and on base percentage in the state for the 8A level as a junior … Batted .549 as a junior with 13 doubles, three triples and five home runs … Had 32 RBIs and 11 stolen bases … Had a 1.92 ERA in the circle with 68 strikeouts … Was named female athlete of the year as a sophomore … Played travel ball for Coaches Jeff Conrad and Traci Fischer and the Tampa Mustangs Gold.

Personal: Mikaela Lee Aiken was born June 14, 1996 in Longwood, FL … The daughter of Michael and Robyn Aiken … Has an older sister, Brianne, who competed on the varsity offshore sailing team at the U.S. Naval Academy … Majoring in Real Estate.

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