Erin Coffel has been a standout softball player during her time at Bremen High School. She helped lead her team to their first softball state title in 2019, and has won back-to-back Gatorade Indiana Softball Player of the Year awards. After a decorated high school career, Coffel will now play college softball at the University of Kentucky.
Allison Smith is a three-time state champion softball player. The Champion High School grad was named Gatorade Ohio Softball Player of the Year this spring after setting impressive numbers during her three-year high school career. Now, she will keep her softball talents in-state at Ohio State University.
After an elite prep career in Florida, Kaylee Rodriguez is set to join the Michigan Wolverines softball team. The road to get there required dedication, loads of talent, and the ability to remain true to herself.
Two-time Gatorade Colorado Softball Player of the Year Laurin Krings had a historic final two seasons for the Loveland Indians. Now she’ll take her talents in the circle and the batter’s box to the SEC.
With the cancelation of her senior season on the diamond due to COVID-19, Meghan Connor was still able to cap off her high school career winning the Gatorade Vermont Softball Player of the Year award.
Carson High School’s Kailee Luschar and younger sister, Oregon commit Kedre Luschar, make up a pair of prep softball stars.
Gabi Salo had a tremendous softball career at Escanaba High School. She helped lead her team to back-to-back state titles while racking up impressive stats in the process. Although her senior season was canceled due to COVID-19, Salo still took home the Gatorade Michigan Softball Player of the Year award, and will pitch at the University of Wisconsin next season.
It’s easy to understand why Oklahoma recruit Jordyn Bahl is considered the No. 1 player in the country for her class. The 2019-20 Gatorade Nebraska Softball Player of the Year posted staggering numbers as a pitcher and a hitter last fall as she led Papillion-LaVista to an undefeated season and a state championship.
Brianna Gallegos, the Gatorade New Mexico Softball Player of the Year, was on her way to a monster senior year for defending state champ Rio Rancho, which had a good chance to capture back-to-back championships.
State or bust postponed: Logan Gronberg and Bismarck HS will have to wait until next year to avenge championship loss
The Bismarck High School Demons waited a year to get the chance to avenge a state championship loss, but now they’ll have to wait again just for the chance to play at all.