“Hosting this UFE event means a lot to me! I know that growing up I looked up to so many people and I feel that it’s my duty as one of those role models in today’s game to give back to the community. It’s also always a great feeling being the reason behind a little girls smile. Softball is my absolute favorite thing to do so asking me to spend my weekend on the ball field is like asking me if I want a million dollars!! I am extremely excited for this event and I cannot wait to get out” – Bianka Bell



Bianka Bell Event:

  • May 18-20, 2018  |  Lexington, South Carolina

Bianka Bell Bio:

Bianka Bell grew up in Tampa, Florida and started playing softball at a young age. Has three siblings: Brittany (22), Briana (20) and Joel (16) … Sister, Brittany, played softball at Mississippi State (2008-12) … Sister, Briana, is a redshirt sophomore on MSU team and was a 2011 All-SEC Freshman Team pick. Bianca Majored in sociology with a concentration in criminology.

Bianca is a graduate of LSU where she played third base as a D1 Athlete. She is also a former member of the U.S. Women’s National Team. Bianca currently plays third base for the USSSA Pride in the National Pro Fastpitch league.

Bianka enters her second season with the USSSA Pride. Bell was drafted 36th overall by the PA Rebellion in the 2016 NPF Draft but finished out the 2016 summer with Team USA. Finished her 2017 season hitting .261 in 23 at-bats with 6 hits, 2 RBI, 2 runs and 2


National Team

  • Joined the USA Junior Women’s National Team (2015)
  • World Cup of Softball Gold – Medalist (2015)
  • Japan Cup Gold Medalist (2015).
  • World Cup of Softball Silver Medalist (2016)
  • WBSC Women’s World Championship Gold Medalist (2016)
  • Japan Cup Silver Medalist (2016)


  • Started 253 games for the Tigers and became the fastest player to reach 100 career RBI in program history and finished as one of the best hitters in LSU
  • NFCA All-American Third Team (2016)
  • NFCA All-South Region First Team (2014, ’15, ’16)
  • All-SEC First team (2015, ’16)
  • SEC tournament team (2016)
  • NFCA All-America First Team (2015)
  • NFCA All-South Region Second Team (2013)
  • SEC Co-Freshman of the Year (2013)
  • All-SEC Second Team (2013)
  • All-SEC Freshman Team (2013)