Former Utah State softball player Michell Vlahos begins her second season as the graduate assistant.
Vlahos oversees the outfielders, as well as working in the office and helps with the setup and takedown of daily practices.
Vlahos, a Sacramento, Calif., native, played for the Aggies from 2003-05 after transferring from Texas Tech. She is one of three players in USU softball history to record five RBI in a single game, doing so on May 8, 2005 vs. UC Davis.
In her career at USU, Vlahos hit .291, tallied 42 runs, 12 doubles, four home runs and 26 RBI.
During her high school career, she helped the team to a second-place league finish all four years at St. Francis High School She also led the league in stolen bases.
Vlahos graduated from Utah State in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in psychology and is current working on her master's degree in counseling.
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