Miranda Crenshaw grew up in Philadelphia, MS, where she graduated from Neshoba Central High School. Always having a passion for softball, Miranda competed in varsity softball at Neshoba Central, as well as being involved in a variety of other clubs, such as President of Student Council, FCA, and Class Representative. Her senior year of high school, Miranda helped her the Lady Rockets win their first state championship since 2005. After graduating, she attended East Mississippi Community College, where she played second base for the Lady Lions. She is now currently enrolled at Arkansas State University, where she is majoring in sports management with a minor in marketing. After graduation, Miranda plans on having a career in the field of sports marketing, and aspires to one day work for the NPF to help the league develop and grow to its full potential. Miranda is the daughter of Jody and Keri Crenshaw, who currently reside in Hot Springs, AR, and has one brother, Mitch Crenshaw, who will be a a sophomore at Mississippi State University.