Her versatility playing both infield and outfield positions marks Mackenzie Futrell’s performance with the Lamar University softball team.

According to her college bio, the 6-foot-4 junior started in 13 games for the Cardinals during the 2019 season, with a batting average of .167, including seven runs, six hits and two RBIs.

Last year, the Florence, Texas native started in five of 23 games for the Cards, earning a .176 batting average, four runs and four RBIs. In 2017, Futrell played in 33 games, scoring 12 runs and hit a double play in a game against Alcorn State.

Futrell, who lists hunting and fishing as pastimes, averaged .418 over her career at Florence High School, earning 15 home runs and 44 RBIs, and played for the Texas Blaze in travel softball. The kinesiology major has a cousin who plays football for Hardon-Simmons University and loves watching the movies with family and friends.

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