Meghan Gregg vows to 'work hard' to replace void that will be left by Madison Shipman after 2014

Final season for Lady Vols' four-year starter Shipman

Meghan Gregg

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Meghan Gregg

Tennessee’s softball team will have a big void in the infield after the 2014 season when shortstop Madison Shipman completes her senior season.

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snowpeapod#263184 writes:

Although she had the statistics to back her up she didn't say, to her credit, that she was going to replace Shipman but that she was going to work hard to replace her. I love that attitude and with her work ethic, she'll probably come as close as anyone can to replacing Madison.

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