Madi Sue Montgomery, a Burleson Centennial High School alum, has received All-American honors as she has completed her Oklahoma State softball career.

Montgomery was named a third-team All-American by Softball America after hitting .353 with a .442 on-base percentage. She also set career records at Oklahoma State in categories such as games played and started and RBIs.

During her time at OSU, Montgomery earned All-Big 12 honors all four seasons, only one of three Cowgirls in program history to accomplish that feat. In conference history, she is one of two players to have reached a minimum of 30 home runs, 50 doubles and 200 RBIs in their careers.

Montgomery ended her career with three starts at second base in the Women’s College World Series in late May and early June in Oklahoma City. She went hitless in seven at-bats.

At Burleson Centennial, Montgomery was the 2014 District MVP and was an All-State selection twice, and guided the Spartans to three district titles.

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