The Marietta native has put more focus in her lower body training which she says has resulted in more power and a better base when it comes putting the ball into play.
"It's probably more important to have legs than just arms because if you're out front on a ball then you're screwed because you're just hitting with arms but when you stay behind the ball and you put your legs and arms into it. Its gone. Even if you're a left hand hitter and you can't hit strong, you're going to hit it at least to the fence if not over the fence," said Ogeltree.
Ogeltree and the rest of the Lady Cavs play a double header at Georgia Military on Tuesday.
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