DURANT, Okla. — Southeastern Oklahoma State head softball coach Ron Faubion announced the signing of Ivy Amador, who will join the Savage Storm beginning with the 2019 season.


Amador is an outfielder from Wimberly, who transfers from Murray State and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining.


“Ivy has a chance to come in and make an immediate impact,” Faubion said. “She has been a big part of Aaron Mullens’ program at Murray State where she has put up huge numbers. Also, as an honor roll student, she’s just as good in the classroom as she is on the field.”


As a sophomore she’s second in the nation in RBI with 58 so far this year and has put together a .496 batting average with 18 doubles, five triples, and eight home runs. She carries a .536 on-base percentage and is slugging .865.


In addition, she has tallied 26 stolen bases and scored 47 runs.


As a freshman, she was a second team NJCAA DII All-American and helped the team to a season-record in wins with 32, while in 2018 she has helped the team stretch that into another 30-win season and the program’s first ever top 20 national ranking.