FARMINGTON — Tabor Woosley has been a mainstay in the Piedra Vista softball lineup for the last four years, winning four state titles.

Woosley now hopes to work her way into a college softball lineup after signing with Colorado Mesa University.

"I'm ready to go experience the different level," the 2014 PV graduate said.

Woosley, who has started in the outfield since her freshman year, was a key part of the explosive PV lineup, finishing second on the team in runs, hits, RBIs and doubles.

The former PV outfield will also get the chance to play with her sister, Tawnee, who will be a senior at CMU during the 2015 season.

"I've never got to play with her before, so I'm really, really excited," Woosley said of teaming up with her sister for the first time.

PV head coach Kevin Werth said Woosley's defense in the outfield will give her a chance to complete for playing time right away.

"Tabor is one of the best outfielders in the state. There's no doubt that defensively she'll be able to play with anybody," Werth said. "I hope she can find a spot. She'll have to continue working at the plate. She did a great job for us and needs to work a little on her power numbers, but other than that, it's just about hitting the ball hard and helping her team win."

Woosley credited Werth with getting her ready to play college softball.

"Coach Werth isn't really about high school. He's about getting you prepared for the next level of your life. He wants to prepare us for that," she said.

Colorado Mesa, located in Grand Junction, Colo., competes at the Division II level in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.

The Mavericks softball team finished in first place during the RMAC regular season and had a 27-21 record overall.

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