NORMAN – Oklahoma Sydney Romero's softball senior inventors, Caleigh Clifton and Shay Knighten were selected in the Draft National Fastpitch Pro League Monday night.
The USSSA Pride chose third overall. It is the first third person to be selected in the first round in the last two years in line with 2018 drafters Paige Lowary and Paige Parker.
Clifton was the ninth full pick, who drafted the Chicago Bandits in the second round.
Entering Romero on the USPA Pride is Knighten, chosen as the 20th full choice to close the fourth round.
Three options in the draft match the second largest in one year in the history of the OU program, also achieved in 2008 and 2018. In 2013, four were drafted.
NFCA's first All-American Working Party in 2018, Romero is ranked third in this season (122), sixth in hits (61), eighth in batching medium (.462) and ninth in percentage slugging. (.924) and runs per game (1.18). In addition, the 15 houses in the town are a senior stage, with the impact rate being 16th nationally nationally (33.0 by bat).
Clifton has won All-Big 12 and the Region was awarded three times in his career, directing the NFCA All-American honors in 2017. Currently Wayne, Okla, is a native of the first 12 percent. 542) and scoring runs (48) this year and runners are ranked in percentage slugging (.881), walks (25) and triple (four); the third in full (96) and domestic deposits (12); and the fifth in batting medium (.413).
Knighten is the most outstanding Player of the Women's World Series 2017, 12-All-American and three-all-all-12 and Allore-All-Region. As a senior person, Knighten is currently hitting .378 with a .423 percentage on-base and .644 percentage slugging.
2019 drafters take part in Paige Lowary's Alumni Alumni, Paige Parker, Nicole Pendley, Lauren Chamberlain, Shelby Pendley, Keilani Ricketts, Jessica Shults, Michelle Gascoigne, Brianna Turang, Amber Flores, Samantha Ricketts, D.J. Mathis, Long Savannah, Susan Ogden, Lauren Eckermann, Norrelle Dickson, Heather Scaglione, Kami Keiter, Christina Enea, Erin Evans, Christy Ring, Leah Gulla and Kristin Vesely who drafted the league all. Oklahoma continues to lead all NCAA programs with most of the NPF drafters.
There were five rounds of five options in the NPF College Draft for 25 drafts in the 20101 rookie class.
Due to NCAA regulations, a senior college active athlete cannot sign with their respective franchise until its 2019 college season is around.
The National Pro Fastpitch is headquartered in Nashville, Tenn, and the series, which has been created to allow female lovers to pursue their professional career in their chosen sport, has been in place since 1997 under the names of Women's Proppitch (WPF) and Soft Bog na mBan League (WPSL). The NPF is the Official Development Partner of Baseball Base League in the category of women's soft machine since 2002.