At the end of the day, after becoming the first little league player to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated, after having her jersey displayed at the Baseball Hall of Fame, after throwing out the first pitch at last fall's World Series, and after meeting President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, throwing out the first pitch at a Binghamton Mets game is nothing new for Little League World Series sensation Mo'ne Davis.

Davis and the Anderson Monarchs stopped in Binghamton and at NYSEG Stadium on July 4th as part of their Civil Rights Tour. Given the experiences she and her teammates have shared, there are enough memories to fill a lifetime.

"It's been pretty crazy, but fun at the same time," Davis said. "It went by really fast, so a lot of the things I didn't get to enjoy but now that I think back over it, it's been really fun. It gives us good memories that we can keep with us forever so that when we get older we'll just remind each other 'remember this time,' and we'll always have a good laugh with each other."

Davis says her favorite memory of the whole tour was meeting the Obamas, adding that that made a significant impact on her.

As for what's next for her? She says simply: "high school."