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Former Sooner teammates Scaglione and
Vesely and her squad, the New England Riptide, are both making their debut in the NPF. Vesely was the fourth overall pick in the NPF draft and the Riptide’s top selection. The Riptide has been unable to play any games yet due to weather cancellations, but will look to get on the board with a game scheduled against
Vesely will take a break from the NPF schedule and reunite with OU left fielder Norrelle Dickson this week at the 2006 World University Games Selection Camp. Based at the Olympic
Enea is in her second season with the Chicago Bandits, who are currently leading the league with a 4-0 mark. The first baseman has not seen any action on the field so far this season, but was one of the Bandits’ top offensive producers last season with a .333 clip.
Stewart and the Philadelphia Force are seeking their first win of the year this Wednesday as it opens a three-game series with the Connecticut Brakettes. Stewart owns a 0-1 record in two starts and has thrown 13 complete innings with five strikeouts and a 1.62 ERA.