RSU Softball Welcomes Four New Transfers

Rogers State Softball Head Coach Andrea Vaughan announced the signing of four transfers to join the defending National Champions for the 2023 season.

Beth Denney

Beth Denney arrives on the Hill after one season at Seward County Community College. In 55 games, the Prague, Okla. native hit .352 in 162 at-bats. Last season she led the team in RBI, driving in 45 runs, and was second with 10 home runs. She also stole seven bases. Denney was an Honorable Mention All-KJCCC for her performance as a shortstop for the Saints. She also led SCCC to Region VI Runner-Up finish last season.

De’Asisa Davenport

De’Asisa Davenport joins the Hillcats after two successful seasons at Spoon River College. In her two seasons, the Wharton, Texas native played in 104 game and hit .361 in 310 at bats and drove in 30 RBI. Last season, Davenport led her team to a 2-2 record in the Region 24 Tournament and finished the year with a 38-21 record.

Paxton Davenport

Paxton Davenport comes to RSU after two seasons at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College. In her two seasons at NEO, the Kansas City, Mo. native played in 82 games with 75 starts and hit .329 in 225 at-bats with two home runs and 29 RBI. Last season, Davenport led NEO to a 31-20 record and an appearance in the Region II Tournament.

Samantha Farris

Samantha Farris joins the Hillcats after one season at Bossier Parrish Community College. In limited action last season, the Ridgecrest, Calif. native played in four games with one hit in three at-bats with an RBI. She began her college career at Colorado Northwestern Community College, where she played in 39 games as a freshman and hit .316 in 95 at-bats with two home runs and 11 RBI.

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