Alabama softball has had a busy signing season this November with the additions of Jocelyn Briski, Kenleigh Cahalan and Lauren Johnson. Now, Kendal Clark has entered the fray.

Clark signed her national letter of intent on Monday morning to play with the Crimson Tide in 2024. The sophomore from Des Moines Community College in Humboldt, Iowa, comes into Tuscaloosa as a utility player with a season-high 18-game hit streak in 2022.

Get our free mobile app

Clark has brought home 101 RBIs in 56 games, had 90 hits with a .559 batting average, 49 extra base hits, 20 doubles, and 27 home runs. In 2022, she was awarded with a First Team NJCAA All-American title.

Clark would also go on to help lead DMACC to a 2022 NJCAA DII national tournament bid, where they entered as a No. 1 seed. While the Bears fell to Kirkwood in the elimination quarterfinals, they still finished the season with an impressive 52-5 record.

With the 2024 softball season just a little over a year away, it will be interesting to see how Clark makes the jump from the NJCAA to the NCAA. Alabama fans are looking forward to the impact she and her fellow signings will have at Rhoads Stadium.

Ten Year Throwback to Tide's WCWS Title

In honor of the 10 year anniversary, let's take a look back at the Alabama Crimson Tide's 2012 Women's College World Series championship.

More From Tide 100.9