IU softball incoming freshman catcher Grace Lorsung will compete in the PGFnetwork High School All-American game, according to an announcement last week.
The game is scheduled to take place Aug. 1 in Irvine, California.
In three seasons at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, Lorsung posted a .485 career batting average with 114 RBI, 121 runs scored and 25 home runs.
As a junior in 2019, Lorsung hit .616 along with 60 RBI and 12 home runs. As a result, Lorsung was awarded the 2019 Johnny Bench Catching Award in Indiana and named to the IndyStar Softball Super Team.
Lorsung has also been tabbed to the All-USA team twice.
"Grace is a stud behind the plate with a tremendously strong arm,” IU head softball coach Shonda Stanton said in a release. “She has the athleticism to play third base as well and will be a force in the heart of the line-up. Her leadership qualities make her a natural as a field general and she will build a great rapport with our pitching staff."
Lorsung originally committed to IU last summer. She will arrive in Bloomington as a part of a four-person recruiting class.
The Hoosiers got off to a 12-9 start in the 2020 season before the remainder of the games were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.