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Rutgers softball adds to 2025 class

Rutgers softball adds to 2025 class

On Tuesday night, Rutgers softball had a reason to celebrate as their 2025 class continued to grow. On social media, infielder Eva Garofalo announced that she verballed committed to Rutgers. While Scarlet Knight fans still have to wait a few years for her debut, the addition of Garofalo is exciting news for the program.

Garofalo is a New York native who can play all around the diamond. During her high school career, Garofalo has spent time at first, second, and third base. She is also dangerous at the plate and was an on-base machine during her sophomore campaign.

In 28 plate appearances, Garofalo posted a .360 batting average while driving in eight runs. She also showed a little bit of power with two home runs. Due to her success, Garofalo was hard to keep out of the lineup and provided a spark to the Raiders offense.


Although her high school career is far from over, Garofalo should continue to improve before she calls Piscataway home. That is an encouraging sign for a Scarlet Knights program with high expectations.

With a bright future ahead, Garofalo did not hide her excitement for committing to Rutgers on Twitter. In a post on her account, Garofalo said, “I am so overjoyed to announce my verbal commitment to Rutgers University!! I am so happy to commit with my twin. Thank you to my amazing moms and all of my coach who have helped me throughout this process! Let’s go Scarlett Knights!”

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