As a senior player on Texas A&M’s softball team, Riley Sartain just wrapped up her final year with 52 game appearances and a .260 batting average.
Hailing from Aledo, Texas, Sartain first showed an aptitude for athletics at Trinity Valley High School, where her performance earned her Newcomer of the Year and Offensive and Defensive MVP — all as a freshman. As her college bio states, high school saw her achieve several honors, like the Texas Sports Writers Association All-State distinction and state championship All-Tournament honors.
In college, Sartain ended the 2019 senior season with a .260 batting average, with four hits, two double plays, six RBIs, six assists and two home runs across 52 games played. As a sophomore, her batting average of .350 was the best of her career, and she scored 13 home runs, placing her No. 2 on the team. The 5-7 infielder landed three honors in 2017: NFCA Third Team All-American (3B), All-SEC Second Team, and NFCA All-South Region First Team.