Trenton native and Tarleton State sophomore Jordan Withrow was named the Lone Star Conference Co-Pitcher of the Year and Academic Player of the Year as well as a first-team all-conference selection


Withrow enjoyed a banner regular season after stepping into the team’s top starting spot. The sophomore right-hander went 23-5 in the circle with a 2.29 ERA and led the Lone Star Conference with 220 strikeouts, which also made her the first player in school history to strike out over 200 in a season. She threw over 190 innings in the regular season and held opponents to a .199 opponent batting average.


She’s the second TexAnn in school history to earn the LSC Pitcher of the Year award, joining Hall of Famer Carla Geeslin who won the award in 2003.


Withrow was also named to the conference’s all-academic team in addition to being the LSC Academic Player of the Year. She is the first player in school history to bring home the league’s top academic honor.