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Bloodworth transfers to OSU, first for Cowgirls this offseason

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Megan Bloodworth

Nearly three weeks after OSU’s season ended in the Women’s College World Series, the Cowgirl’s roster is reloading.

In the past three weeks since, OSU lost three players to the transfer portal, second baseman Brianna Evans, outfielder Avery Hobson and utility player Karli Petty decided to head to Baton Rouge to play for LSU on Monday.

On Tuesday, former Alabama second baseman Megan Bloodworth announced her transfer to OSU.

Bloodworth, the 2021 Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year and top 10 prospect in the 2021 class according to Extra Innings, started 45 games for the Crimson Tide in her freshman season.

In her 129 plate appearances in her lone season with Alabama, Bloodworth hit .296, with a .395 on-base percentage while hitting seven home runs.

The now sophomore with three seasons of eligibility remaining will likely start in OSU’s infield in 2023 after the departure of many Cowgirls across the diamond.