For Tawnye Bramlett, finding a college that wasn’t “busy” was important.She wanted to be able to focus on her studies and she also wanted to get her core classes out of the way so she could focus later on becoming a chiropractor.Signing with Hill College on March 8 achieved both those goals and now the senior softball player for Weatherford can focus on this season.“I liked the college a lot and they gave me a scholarship,” Bramlett said of Hill. “Loved the team, loved the coach. It’s really a nice place to go to college.”Bramlett said she looked at about 10 schools before deciding but her criteria of going somewhere close, somewhere small and somewhere not so busy helped make her decision.“Peaceful and quiet, that’s what Hill is,” she said. “They have a pretty good program [too].”Though she can’t say for sure where she’ll play, Bramlett said when she practiced with the Hill squad she played third base.Bramlett has been playing softball since she was 5. She also dabbled in basketball and football but softball is what stuck.In addition to playing for the Lady Roos, Bramlett also plays for the Texas Fusion select team. Her coach, Brad Bryson, was in attendance at the signing, as well as a host of family, friends and teammates.“I am loved, basically,” Bramlett said of how the turnout made her feel.Before she graduates and heads to Hill, however, there is the matter of this season for Weatherford. Bramlett said she loves the chances the Lady Roos have.“[I feel] amazing [about our team], we want to go all the way,” she said. “I think we will; we are doing really good right now. Our defense is hot, our offense is hot.”She added that now that her future is known, she can “relax and have fun” since there isn’t as much pressure on her.