121 Softball Factory Alums On Rosters of 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s College World Series Teams

The field of 64 is set for this year’s NCAA Division I Championship with the University of Oregon earning top billing as the No.1 overall seed in this year’s tournament. Oregon has been a tough team this season, going 14-5 against seeded opponents.

For the second straight year, the Southeastern Conference led all leagues with 13 teams selected to the tournament. According to the NCAA website, four teams are making their first appearance in the tournament: Boise State University, Kennesaw State University, Monmouth University, and Prairie View A&M University.

This year, 53 of the 64 teams entered into the 2018 NCAA Division I Softball Championship tournament have at least one Softball Factory alumnae on a roster. In total, 121 players who have participated in at least one Softball Factory event are on the rosters of teams looking for the opportunity to be called champion. Prairie View leads the way with six alums while Harvard University, McNeese State and Jacksonville State each have five alums on their rosters.

Below is a list of alums who are on rosters of teams selected for this year’s tournament.

Oregon: Lauren Burke, Mia Camuso, Shaye Bowden, Cherish Burks

Albany (NY): Alexis Phillips

BYU: Morgan Bevell, Briielle Breland, Libby Sugg

Drake: Libby Ryan

Michigan: Meghan Beaubien, Katie Alexander, Natalia Rodriguez

Notre Dame: Alexis Bazos, Melissa Rochford

South Carolina: Alex Fulmer

UNCG: Breanna Butcher, Stephanie Bryden, Kayleigh Willis

Liberty: Cassidy Young

Hofstra: Kimberly Wert, Sarah Cornell

Ole Miss: Bry Castro, Abbey Latham, Amanda Roth, Ava Tillman

Arizona State: Jade Gortarez

Washington: Morganne Flores

Boise State: Carlie Brandt, Allie Arneson

Texas: Janae Jefferson

Minnesota: Madison Anthony, Rebekah Cervantes, Morgan Lamb

Oregon State: Jessica Garcia, Shelby Weeks, Fallon Molnar

Wisconsin: Taylor Johnson

Alabama: Elissa Brown

Arkansas: Keely Edwards, Jada Dotson, Aly Manzo

DePaul: Morgan Greenwood, Pat Moore

Wichita State: Madison Perrigan, Bailey Lange, Mckenzie Weber

Oklahoma State: Emily Clark, Regan Wilkins, Logan Simunek

Missouri: Eli Daniel

Oklahoma: Jocelyn Alo, Lea Wodach

UCLA: Rachel Garcia, Bubba Nickles

Arizona: Ivy Davis, Taylor McQuillin, Alyssa Denham, Alyssa Palomino

Louisiana-Lafayette: Kynadi Tipler, Casey Dixon, Teryn Pritchett

Auburn: Taylon Snow

Florida State: Elizabeth Mason, Madison Kennedy

Georgia: Tiffani Railey, Jessica Morgan, Madison McPherson

Tennessee: Meghan Gregg

Texas A&M: Keeli Milligan

Baylor: Gia Rodoni, Ashley Marchand

Florida: Amanda Lorenz, Nicole DeWitt, Kelly Barnhill, Natalie Lugo

Ohio: Madi McCrady

Harvard: Aubree Muse, Maddy Kaplan, Olivia Giaquinto, Nicki Nishizawa, Elizabeth Shively

Northwestern: Maegan Hollins

California: Kamalani Dung

Prairie View: Alyssa Garcia, Shelby Williams, Kimberly Hernandez, Alexis Freeman, Daneisha Hinton, Taylor Drury

McNeese State: Demi Boudreaux, Toni Perrin, Erika Piancastelli, Brenique Wright, Alexandria Saldivar

Ohio State: Nicole Carver

South Florida: Madison Epperson, Georgina Corrick

Bethune-Cookman: Maiya Fudge, Mara Brody

Kennesaw State: Meredith Milam, Kira Czyrklis, Hannah Thomason, Maddie Roth

Jacksonville State: Taylor Beshears, Jada Terry, Kirsten Titus, Ryann Luna, Lex Hull

Fordham: Kelly Bright

Sacramento State: Jessica Scott, Suzy Brookshire, Marissa Maligad

Texas State: Randi Rupp, Sara Rupp

Mississippi State: Maddie Dorsett

North Dakota State: Kara O’Byrne

Saint Francis (PA): Tayven Rousseau

James Madison: Cambry Arnold, Payton Buresch, Michelle Sullivan, Debbie Stuart