Three Cowgirls Earn All-America Honors ahead of WCWS

Kenny Gajewski has done an excellent job of recruiting the transfer portal, and that became even more evident Wednesday.

Alysen Febrey, Carrie Eberle and Hayley Busby all received NFCA All-America honors Wednesday. The three all transferred into Oklahoma State ahead of the 2020 season.

Febrey is a first-team first basewoman. She was a Softball America first-team All-American for the COVID-shortened 2020 season after transferring to OSU from Georgia (OSU’s first WCWS opponent).

This season, Febrey’s .409 batting average is a team-best. She has hit a team-best 17 doubles, and her 18 home runs trails only Busby on the team.

A second-team pitcher, Eberle was also a second-team selection from Softball America in 2020. Eberle has been the Cowgirls’ rock in the circle this season. Her 1.41 ERA and 25-3 record this season led her to being named the Big 12 Pitcher of the Year. She transferred to OSU from Virginia Tech ahead of last season.

Busby, a transfer from Virginia, has put a hurting on the softball this year, hitting 19 home runs. She also boats a .389 batting average. Her .828 slugging percentage also leads OSU hitters. She is a third-team All-American.

The three All-Americans and the rest of the Cowgirls are set to play Georgia at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City. The game will be televised on ESPN.

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