1. Two-time All-PAC 12 outfielder Alexis Mack will join the Alabama softball program as a graduate transfer in 2020 following two standout seasons at the University of Oregon. “We are very excited to add Alexis to our 2020 roster,” UA head coach Patrick Murphy said. “She will provide tremendous experience to our team next spring. Team 24 could be one of the fastest in our history.” Mack started 40 games as a freshman at South Carolina in 2016 before playing two seasons at Oregon.
2. Texas A&M transfer Baylee Klingler will be joining the Washington Huskies for next season.
3. Auburn’s Taylon Snow is leaving the team. There is no word yet on whether her sister Taylor, who is also on the team will be leaving too. Taylon Snow has decided on Oklahoma as her next school.
4, Three-year coaching veteran and former Louisiana-Lafayette player Katie Repole has been named Texas A&M Softball’s volunteer assistant coach, head coach Jo Evans announced. Repole’s responsibilities include coaching the outfielders, assisting with hitters, video, camps and clinics and on-campus recruiting. “I’m excited to welcome Katie to our coaching staff and back to her home state of Texas,” Evans said. “Katie has a passion for the game, great work ethic and strong softball ties in the state. She will be involved in all facets of our program and will be a great addition to our staff.”
5. Texas State head coach Ricci Woodard announced the addition of Texas Tech University transfer pitcher Brooke Blackwell. She has committed to the Bobcats to continue both her educational and softball careers. She will be eligible to play in the 2020 season. “We are very excited to add a pitcher with the ability of Brooke,” Coach Woodard said. “She will come in right away and help contribute to a staff that now has great depth. We are all very excited to see the way that her game grows over the next three or four seasons at Bobcat Softball Stadium.”
6. Virginia Tech softball ace and 2019 ACC pitcher of the year, Carrie Eberle is transferring from Virginia Tech to Oklahoma State for next season. Eberle is a graduate transfer who spent the last three years with Virginia Tech. Eberle was 25-8 with a 1.84 ERA last season.
7. Florida State pitcher/outfielder Makinzy Herzog, who played in 56 games for Florida State, is joining the Aggies for the 2019-20 season head coach Jo Evans announced. Herzog is eligible to compete immediately for the Aggies and has three years of eligibility remaining. “I am excited to welcome Makinzy into our Aggie Softball Family,” Evans said. “Makinzy is a versatile athlete with great speed and athleticism. She pitches, plays outfield, hits for power as well as slaps and drags. She had a very successful freshman year at Florida State and gained valuable experience from a great coaching staff. “Makinzy comes from a family of Aggies; her parents David and Stacy and her sister, Morgan, are all proud Aggies. Makinzy is a great addition to our program and will make an immediate impact.”