Two members of the Wright State University softball team, which was cut along with the men's and women's tennis teams in a cost-saving move earlier this month, have found new homes.» EARLIER COVERAGE: Coach blindsided by decisionGrace Gressly, a freshman catcher from Lebanon High School, announced she will continue her career with the Dayton Flyers."Dayton is lucky to have you," Wright State coach Laura Matthews wrote to Gressly on Twitter.Logan Mueller, a 2020 Lebanon grad who had signed to play at Wright State, will instead play for the Miami RedHawks."Miami got a gritty player who will add so much to their team," Matthews wrote on Twitter.Grace had to quickly find a new college, when Wright St. cut her softball team.She chose Dayton.Now, the truly tough situation:Her cat is named “Raider” for the Wright St. Raiders...Awkwarrrrddd 🙀😹Please enjoy this marvelous piece of journalism.@gwgressly @LHSsoftball_ pic.twitter.com/U57KyIgzkl— Caleb Noe (@CalebNoeTV) June 13, 2020 In Other News1 Ohio State AD Gene Smith: USC, UCLA schools that can carry weight for...2It’s official: USC, UCLA announce move to Big Ten3Cubs notch 23 hits in rout of Reds4Reports: Big Ten could add USC and UCLA5Here is a look at the local high school grads in the NFLAbout the AuthorDavid JablonskiDavid Jablonski covers the Dayton Flyers and other sports for the Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and Journal News.