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7 Sooners named to preseason All-Big 12 team


A frontrunner in the Big 12 and national title race, the Oklahoma Sooners are brimming with talent. That’s reflected in the preseason All-Big 12 teams that coaches voted for.

7 of the 12 spots are Sooners and 2 unanimously selected Tiare Jennings When Jordy Burr.

Jada Coleman, Alyssa BritoWhen Grace Lyons He was a returnee selected for the team. two newcomers, hayley lee When sydney sanderswas also named to the Preseason All-Big 12 Team.

Oklahoma State University was the only school with two players on multiple preseason All-Big 12 teams.

Tiare Jennings has led the Sooners in runs batted in for the past two seasons. Jennings, she was named her D1 Softball Top Player for her 2023 season.

Jordy Bahl has had an amazing 2022 freshman season. He was a regular he led the Sooners for most of the season, but his shoulder injury forced him to miss most of the postseason. She takes the lead in the Sooners circle. Bahl was her Co-Big 12 Pitcher of the Year for 2022.

It’s a little surprising that Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Grace Lyons wasn’t selected unanimously. She had her best year at the plate in her 2022 and continued her great work on the field.

It’s no surprise that Jayda Coleman was named to the preseason All-Big 12. The Sooners’ leadoff hitter could be considered the best defensive his player in the Big 12 if it weren’t for the Lions.

Alyssa Burrito was a revelation for the Sooners in 2022. She’s ready to have another strong season in 2023.

Rounding out the selection for the Sooners All-Big 12 are the additions of Sydney Sanders and Haley Lee. Lee will do most of the work at catcher and provide another big bat for Patti Gasso’s lineup.Sidney Sanders hits his 21st home run and in 2022 he’s an NFCA National.He’s Freshman of the Year. Awarded.

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