Alumni

Cassidie McAllister

 

 

Congratulations to Cassidie McAllister on signing with Rose State College Fall of 2017!!!

 

 


Sarah Bratcher

 

Sarah Bratcher  played for the Lady Broncos for 7 years.  She graduated in 2017 and signed to play for UCO in the fall of 2017.

 

 

 


Alexis O’Conner

 

 

Alexis O’Conner played for the Lady Broncos for 4yrs.  She graduated in 2016 and signed to play for SW Christian University.

 

 

 


Megan Wilson

 

Megan Wilson played for the Lady Broncos for 7yrs.  She lettered all 4 years of High School as well as many honors in music.  After graduation in 2016 Megan signed with MACU to play softball and Music.  She’s on the Deans academic scholarship. She’s majoring in English Literature and has a 4.0 for the Fall semester. She is dp for the starting team and 1st base sub. She’s only 1 of 3 freshmen starters.

 

 

 

 


Logan Sundbye

 

Logan Sundbye started playing ball when she was 9 years old and joined the OKC Lady Broncos when she was 11. She lettered all 4 years of High School and was selected for the All-Star Team for the Top X Conference. In her Junior year she was selected for the Adidas Futures All Star Team and was chosen as an All Star in the USSSA 18U Nationals. Logan graduated in 2013 and signed to play ball with the Oklahoma City University Stars.  In 2015 Logan transferred to SNU to further her education in graphic design and continue to play softball.

 

 


Erin Elmore

 

Erin Elmore started with the OKC Lady Broncos in 2006 with the Jr. High Team. She graduated in 2012 after lettering 4 years with the Lady Broncos High School Team.  After graduation, she went on to play at Rose State College in Midwest City, and then transferred to Fort Hayes State University.  She was an exceptional catcher and hitter, Erin went yard in her very last at-bat for the Broncos.  Erin was invited to play for the Triple Crown All Stars in Central Park, NYC in July 2012. Erin graduated from Fort Hays State University in 2016 and went on to OU to get her DPT (Dr. of Physical Therapy)

 


Melissa Naylor

 

 

Melissa Naylor played for the Lady Broncos for 5 years.    She lettered all 4 years of High School  and was selected for the All-Star Team for the Top X Conference. Melissa graduated in 2010 and went on to play softball at Langston University.  While at Langston she was honored in 2012 for the first perfect game in Langston softball history.