Amanda Scarborough back in Aggieland calling SEC Softball Tournament

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) - Hundreds of people will be in and out of Davis Diamond this week for the SEC Softball Tournament, but if you're watching at home, Aggie fans may recognize one voice on TV- former Aggie softball player Amanda Scarborough.

"For me it's a dream come true," said Amanda Scarborough, an ESPN Analyst.

When Scarborough started playing at A&M in 2005, she was the first Big 12 player to be named both freshman of the year and player of the year.

This week shes' back at her Alma Mater with a front row seat calling the first SEC softball tournament at Davis Diamond.

"I can't believe just the full circle moment of playing here and then calling the SEC tournament here with people who called my games at the Women's College World Series like Beth Mowins and Michele Smith and Holly Rowe," said Scarborough.

While she didn't get to play at Davis Diamond, Scarborough says it's one of the best softball facilities in the world.

"Coach Evans really takes a lot of pride in the impact Davis diamond has had on the sport of college softball too and it's just immaculate, it's wonderful," said Scarborough.

Scarborough may no longer be coached by Jo Evans, but she brings the lessons Jo taught her into the booth with her.

"I find myself when is say something channeling my Jo Evans of exactly something that she would say about the game or a moment that she would point to in the game that was a turning point in the game that we learned as players that I now get to broadcast in the press box and tell other people and point them out to them," said Scarborough.