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LSU Softball Secures Transfer from Tatum Clopton of Oklahoma State

Every program on the LSU campus is taking advantage of the transfer portal and LSU Softball is no exception. Beth Torina has reached into the portal for a second time this off-season after already snagging Kelley Lynch out of Washington. This time they secured an outstanding pitcher and hitter in Tatum Clopton of Oklahoma State.

Klopton Appeared in six games in her first year at Oklahoma State, both as a hitter and as a pitcher. She made her first start in the circle against California Baptist where she struck-out 5 while only allowing two hits, two walks and zero earned runs in 5 inning. She came in as a reliever in against LSU and South Florida and notched strike-outs in both appearances. She sat out this past season as she was recovering from an injury sustained in her freshman season.

There is much to be excited about with the addition of Klopton where as a high school prospect she was twice named the Kansas Gatorade Player of the Year in back to back seasons at Free State High School in Lawrence, Kansas. She was ranked the No. 7 prospect in the nation by FloSoftball, and No.11 overall by Softball America . Also, a 3x First Team All-State player 2018, 2019 and 2021. She has elite level pitching in here genes as, Sarah (Workman) Clopton, mother of Tatum Klopton pitched at the University of Kansas and was selected to the 1999 All-Big 12 First Team.

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