Sometimes situations are out of our hands, and all we can do is pray. As a mother of a college athlete, I found myself in that situation. So I prayed, not only for Kasey, my daughter, but also for her teammates, coaches, and anyone who might interact with them while they were playing softball or traveling to and from games. As you read these prayers, you can revisit the outcomes of the games and the 2015-2017 schedules for insights.
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About the Author
Peppi Cooper is a coach, mother, wife, and long-time fan of women's softball. She fought and won the battle to have softball instituted in Dothan City Schools in Dothan, Alabama, and went on to be the first head coach at Northview High School. She also coached for both recreational and travel softball programs. Both of her daughters played softball in Dothan City Schools and later in Division 1 colleges. Her oldest daughter, Kortney Cooper, played at Troy University. Her youngest daughter, Kasey Cooper, played at Auburn University and for the USA Women's National Softball Team. Both she and her husband, Jeff, are still involved with softball as mentors to coaches, parents, and players. You can usually find the Coopers either on a softball field or in the bleachers cheering.