Three Alabama softball players were selected as NFCA Division-I All-Americans, with freshman Montana Fouts, sophomore Kaylee Tow and junior Bailey Hemphill all earning second-team honors.The trio improves Alabama’s total to 57 All-America awards over the program’s 23-year history.
Fouts was this year’s SEC Freshman of the Year, a top-three finalist for NFCA Freshman of the Year and First Team All-SEC honoree. She is 19-5 with a 1.44 ERA, throwing 16 complete games with six shutouts.
Tow sports a .320 batting average across 64 starts and tied the single-season school record with 66 walks. She is now the first Alabama player to earn All-America honors in her first two seasons since Haylie McCleney in 2013 and 2014.
Hemphill She leads the team with 67 hits and a .376 batting average, adding 56 walks for a .527 on base percentage.