Alabama softball freshman Megan Bloodworth entered the transfer portal on Tuesday evening, first reported by Tuscaloosa News' Alabama softball beat writer Brett Greenberg.

The freshman had a stellar season from the get-go, becoming a constant for the batting lineup, and was a crucial part of Team 26s success.

Last season, Bloodworth had 106 at-bats with 31 hits, 30 runs batted in, 12 walks, seven home runs, and a .292 batting average.

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This year, the Ga., native had the sixth-highest batting average, the fourth-most doubles, the fourth-most home runs, tied for the second-most triples, and the second-most runs batted in.

Bloodworth also was a finalist for Schutt Sports/NFCA Division I Freshman of the Year Top 25 Finalist, according to rolltide.com, and made the NCAA Softball's top plays in April.

Bloodworth is the sixth Alabama softball player to enter the transfer portal in the first two days of the off-season after Team 26s season ended Sunday in the Tuscaloosa regionals in a Game 7 shutout vs Stanford.

Bloodworth, Dallis Goodnight, Lexi Kilfoyl, Jenna Lord, Savannah Woodard, and Abby Doerr have officially put their names in the portal.

Montana Fouts, Jenna Johnson, Ashley Prange, and Ally Shipman will be on Team 27.

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