EAST LANSING, Mich. -- One phone call changed everything for Andrea Harrison.
After a two-time, All-America softball career at UCLA, Harrison coached softball for two years at Norman High School in Oklahoma at age 23.
It was her first coaching gig, an exciting new start doing something she loved. It was a job where she could use her knowledge from winning a national championship as a sophomore at UCLA and help teach young people how to succeed.
Shortly after she started coaching, Harrison received a call that threw her plans in a loop.