Former Flower Mound softball star Sydney Springfield recorded some big hits down the stretch for Oklahoma State this spring as part of her first season in the program.

Springfield, who transferred to OSU after spending the 2017 and 2018 seasons at Louisiana State, had a two-run triple that tied the game with Texas Tech on April 27 in Stillwater, Oklahoma, a game that OSU won 8-7, and also had a two-run pinch-hit single that gave OSU the lead against Texas in the Big 12 Tournament on May 10 in Oklahoma City.

Then, in the final of the Stillwater Regional on May 18, had the go-ahead RBI single that provided the eventual winning margin in OSU’s 2-1 win over Tulsa.

Springfield batted .246 in 69 at-bats this season for the Cowgirls. Four of her hits were home runs en route to her posting a .522 slugging percentage. Springfield got on base at a .322 clip. She was hitless in one at-bat in the Women’s College World Series.

At Flower Mound High School, Springfield was the Class 6-6A Offensive Player of the Year in her senior season and had a school-record 25 career home runs.

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