The 2022 Alabama softball season concluded with a disappointing loss to Stanford in the Regional Round. Upon the conclusion of the year the Tide saw six athletes enter the transfer portal. Freshman infielder Megan Bloodworth announced on her social media accounts that she will continue her collegiate career with the Oklahoma State Cowgirls.

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Bloodworth, a native of Cordele, Ga., will have three years of eligibility remaining for the Pokes. As a freshman she started in 45 games and appeared in 48 total while batting .292 with 30 RBIs and seven homeruns. As an infielder she had a .976 fielding percentage and only had three errors.

The freshman burst onto the scene by hitting two homeruns in the season opener against Southern Utah.

Oklahoma State is coming off a successful 2022 season in which the Cowgirls won the Big 12 tournament, made the College World Series and finished No. 4 in the final USA Today poll.

Bloodworth becomes the fourth transfer to announce her decision, following Savannah Woodard to Liberty, Dallis Goodnight to Georgia and Jenna Lord to Ole Miss. Fans are still watching and waiting for Lexi Kilfoyl and Abby Doerr to announce their next destinations.

Head coach Patrick Murphy brought in a utility player out of North Alabama from the transfer portal Emma Broadfoot. 

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