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Brett Greenberg
The Tuscaloosa News

Alabama softball's Jenna Lord and Abby Doerr have entered the NCAA transfer portal per report from on Monday night. 

The news follows the Crimson Tide's loss to Stanford in the Tuscaloosa Regional championship round Sunday. Alabama's streak of 44 straight wins in regional play was snapped Saturday and the Crimson Tide didn't advance to the super regional round for the first time since that format was instituted in 2005.

May 21, 2022; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Alabama infielder Jenna Lord (11) throws to the infield after fielding a ball hit off the fence. Stanford defeated Alabama 6-0 in the winners bracket of the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional Saturday at Rhoads Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Gary Cosby Jr.-The Tuscaloosa News

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Lord, a freshman, played 45 games with 30 starts with the fifth-highest batting average on the team (.289). Lord saw time in right field and second base for Alabama. She has three years of eligibility remaining. 

Doerr has two years of eligibility remaining after posting a .227 batting average over 97 at-bats. The catcher had one home run and 17 RBIs. Doerr is most known for a pinch-hit home run in the 2021 Women's College World Series. 

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Alabama catcher Abby Doerr (4) hits the ball at Rhoads Stadium, Saturday Feb. 19, 2022. [Photo/Will McLelland]

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