Mendoza, a catcher/first baseman, earned three varsity letters with the Blackhawks and will be pursuing her degree in Elementary Education while at Ancilla.
â€śAncilla is a small school,â€ť began Mendoza. â€śIt reminds me of Westville. Everything was perfect.â€ť
Westville coach Gary Dick mentioned, â€śBianka is a great kid to work with. She learns quick and works hard.â€ť
â€śBianka is fully committed to her game,â€ť echoed Westville coach Jim Swanson. â€śShe has the desire to always be and do better and is one of the most coachable players Iâ€™ve ever had.â€ť
Ancilla coach Scott Reese also expressed his excitement with Mendozaâ€™s decision to join the Chargers. â€śBianka not only impressed me with her abilities on the field and her willingness to give everything she has on every play, but with her excitement for everything that she is involved in. She will be a great addition to our team. I am excited that Bianka has decided to become part of the Ancilla softball family.â€ť