Clemson Softball had an inaugural season for the ages in 2019. Despite the fact that season was cut short due to the current pandemic.
This team was well on its way to an NCAA postseason berth, something not many thought possible heading into the season.
Part of the Tigers success on the field was due to the season freshman outfielder Alia Logoleo had. After missing the first six games injured, Logoleo went onto start 20 games, hitting .345, with 4 doubles and 2 triples. Her 7 stolen bases was good for second best on the team, and she also scored 11 runs.
Check out this ACC Network Feature on the outfielder from Nashville.