|High School:||James Campbell HS|
Two-time Gatorade State High School Player of the Year ... led her team to three state championships; went 2-3 with a home run and four runs batted in during the 2016 title game to be named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player ... as a senior, hit .571 with 12 home runs, 27 RBI and a 1.449 slugging percentage ... hit .612 with eight homers, 30 RBI and 13 runs scored during her junior season ... also crowned the girls state champion in wrestling at 184 pounds.
Spent the past five seasons playing for the OC Batbusters in Anaheim, Calif., under the direction of Mike Stith ... batted .597 with nine homers and helped guide her team to the 2016 USSSA 18U Tournament Championship
Full name is Jocelyn Aloha Pumehana Alo … daughter of Levi and Andrea Alo … has three sisters, Sabrina, Lorraine and Sophia … father (football) and mother (softball) each competed at Laney College … chose OU over Cal and Oregon ... last name pronounced like "aloe"
“I chose Oklahoma because, I wanted to be coached by the best coaches to have them improve my game. I also like that Oklahoma is a very family-oriented program and I get to compete with some of the best softball players in the world. When I get to Oklahoma I want to start as a freshman, win a national championship and make a name for myself.”
Coach Gasso Says
“Jocelyn was a late addition and I’m really pleased we found each other; she comes from a very strong line of athletes. I’m so excited about getting her here where we can work with her daily. I think she is going to be a pitcher’s nightmare. I think she has the ability to swing it like Lauren Chamberlain after she’s had training. I know JT can’t wait to get started with her. I think she’s going to be a difference maker. She can work behind the plate, she’s played first and can play the outfield. But with her bat, she’s going to find a place.”