#23/15 Sydney McMillin
Sydney McMillian is a left hander that adds depth to the pitching staff. She will also be called upon in the designated hitter position in the line up. Sydney has excellent bat speed and a great eye for the ball. Sydney adds power to the line up and will pose a threat to any pitcher.
Hometown: Brighton, Tenn.
Previous School: Bolton HS
Before Union: McMillin prepped at Bolton High School where she played softball. In 2005, she helped lead Bolton to the state championships final four after winning titles at the district, sectional, and regional levels. Bolton also captured the district title and a quarterfinal finish in the state tournament in 2007. McMillin was named All-District three times, Best of Preps three times, All-State twice, District MVP twice, Bolton MVP as a junior, Offensive Player of the year as a freshman, NFSA Homerun Derby Champ and Best All-Around as a sophomore. As a junior, McMillin posted 271 strikeouts on the mound, while also recorded a .465 batting average and a 1.165 slugging percentage with eight homeruns. McMillin's summer ball teams also experienced success with the Atoka Ponytails winning back-to-back state titles and World Series titles in 2001 and 2002. In 2003, her South Tipton Storm team posted a runner-up finish in the ASA World Series. Off the field, McMillin was a member of the Science Club where she served as President.
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4/30/2009 - Union softball places six on All-Conference list