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OSU Softball: Cowgirls Add Georgia Grad Transfer Jordan Doggett

Transfer U: Cowgirls bolster roster with another former Bulldog.



Kenny Gajewski has orchestrated an impressive turnaround to Oklahoma State’s softball program during his five* seasons in Stillwater. A big part of his success has been the ability to attract quality players on the transfer market. On Monday, OSU announced one more.

Georgia graduate transfer Jordan Doggett will finish her collegiate career as a Cowgirl after four seasons as starter for the Bulldogs.

Doggett brings as much versatility as she does experience to the Cowgirls roster. This past spring, in a senior season that was shortened due to COVID-19, Doggett started 26 of her 27 games at left field. In 2019 she made 33 starts at third base, one at second and 16 as a designated player.

Doggett’s transfer is made possible thanks to the NCAA’s rule that allows seniors of spring sports another year of eligibility. During her truncated final year in Athens she recorded a .360 batting average and scored 27 runs on 75 at-bats and added 18 runs batted in. She hit two home runs and led the Bulldogs with three triples. Doggett started the season on a nine-game hitting streak sparked by a three-RBI season opener.

“I’m so excited to be able to finish my last year with this program and the Cowgirls,” Doggett said in a release from the school.

Gajewski has had plenty of luck with grad transfers as of late with the likes of Samantha Show two years ago and former ACC Pitcher of the Year Carrie Eberle and Alysen Febrey coming in last year.

Febrey also transferred from Georgia where she spent three seasons playing alongside Doggett. If she isn’t credited with helping to recruit her former teammate, she could at least provide a scouting report.

“She has speed and plays with a lot of energy and emotion,” Febrey said. “She hits all over the field with power and is a smart baserunner.”

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