Mo’ne Davis, the former Little League star, is taking her talent to the HBCU sports world and enrolling at Hampton University for the fall of 2019, The Philadelphia Tribune reports

Davis made waves in Little League history as a pitcher for the Taney Dragons of South Philadelphia. According to Sports Illustrated, the 75 mph fastball thrower became the first female to pitch in a Little League World Series win and to throw a shutout post-season.

Her standout fastballs earned the now 17-year-old a feature on Sports Illustrated’s cover in 2014. 

Now, the sportswoman plans on playing softball at Hampton U. Though she considered blessing Southern University, Bethune-Cookman, Coppin State University, the University of Massachusetts and the University of Pennsylvania with her strength and agility, Davis was ultimately swayed by Hampton’s communications department.

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