Former Alabama Infielder Wins SEC Co-Player of Week
Former Alabama infielder Skylar Wallace has won SEC Co-Player of the Week.
"Wallace, a redshirt junior infielder from Woodstock, Ga., tallied a .625 batting average along with 10 hits, 11 runs scored and 12 RBI in a 7-0 week for the Gators. Wallace also slugged 1.438 as six of her 10 hits went for extra bases and notched a .720 on-base percentage, eight stolen bases and seven walks," said the SEC.
The Ga., native spent two seasons at the Capstone. During her Tide tenure, she recorded a .320 batting average, 72 hits, eight home runs, 50 runs batted in, 53 walks, and 27 stolen bases.
She entered the transfer portal in the fall of 2020 and transferred to Florida shortly after. While with the Gators, she's recorded a .403 batting average, 83 hits, 11 home runs, 67 runs batted in, 62 walks, and 61 stolen bases.
Wallace joins Missouri's Alex Honnold (SEC Co-Player of the Week), Florida's Elizabeth Hightower (SEC Co-Pitcher of the Week), Kentucky's Stephanie Schoonover (SEC Co-Pitcher of the Week), and LSU's Sydney Berzon (SEC Freshman of the Week) in receiving weekly honors from the league.
The Alabama Crimson Tide softball team takes on Samford on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2023, at 6 p.m. CST. Coverage will be on ME-Tv 97.5 FM and the ME-Tv 97.5 app which is free to download in the App Store.