Former Alabama softball ace Jackie Traina has been named to the 2023 SEC Class of Women's Legends.

The Fla., native played for the Crimson Tide from 2011-14 and led Alabama to its first Women's College World Series title in 2012.


During her time at the Capstone, the two-time SEC Pitcher of the Year appeared in the circle 158 times, recording 106 wins, a 2.03 ERA, 630 hits, 251 earned runs, 329 walks, 976 strikeouts, 21 shutouts, and ten saves.

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Traina is a dual-threat, who also saw time at the plate. She recorded a .325 batting average, 136 runs batted in, 38 home runs, drew 98 walks,and was a perfect 2-for-2 on stolen bases.

According to, "The women's legends program began in 2001, showcasing former student-athletes and coaches from all 14 SEC member institutions. Traina is the second Alabama softball honoree, joining Kelly Kretschman from the class of 2012. This year's class will be honored at the 2023 SEC Women's Basketball Tournament, March 1-5 in Greenville, S.C. Each member will be recognized at halftime of their team's first game of the tournament along with a group introduction at halftime of the second semifinal game."

To see the entire list of honorees, click here. 

Traina is one of two former softball players being honored this year, joining former Auburn softball player Kasey Cooper.

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