Alabama softball continues to add depth to its 2019 roster as the Crimson Tide welcomes junior Taylor Clark, a two-year starting infielder at Virginia Tech.

A native of Mechanicsburg, Pa., Clark made 31 starts as a true freshman for the Hokies in 2017 at shortstop and third base and made 35 starts at the hot corner as a sophomore in 2018. She was second on the team with 18 RBIs last season and led the team in batting average (.278), slugging percentage (.528) and on-base percentage (.381) in conference play.

“We are very excited to welcome Taylor to the Alabama softball family,” UA head coach Patrick Murphy said. “We are happy to help Taylor find a home to finish her career.”

Clark is the Tide’s second Division-I transfer this year along with former Hofstra pitcher Sarah Cornell. The two join five other newcomers on the roster, including NJCAA national pitcher of the year Krystal Goodman and freshmen Kloyee Anderson, Kayla Davis, Montana Fouts and Skylar Wallace.

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