#6 Macey Hatfield
Position: Utility
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 5'7"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Maysville, Okla.
High School: Lindsay HS
Other College: Seminole State

2014 (Freshman)
Has played in 23 games with seven starts (5 in RF, 2 as the DP) ... singled at Arkansas (4/30) ... doubled and scored a run against North Texas (4/23) ... hit the first home run and double of her career and tied career highs with three RBI and two runs scored at Iowa State (3/30) ... made the first start of her career and was a career-best 3-3 with two runs scored and three RBI at Iowa State (3/29) ... collected the first hit and scored the first two runs of her career against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2/28) ... drew walks against Syracuse (2/22) and Oregon State (2/21) ... made Sooners debut as a pinch hitter against Loyola Marymount (2/8)

High School
Earned four letters in softball … named the Sooner Conference Offensive Player of the Year as a senior and was chosen for the Sooner Conference All-Star Team … selected as Lindsay’s Female Athlete of the Year as a senior … co-captain as a senior … spent her first two years at Maysville High School before finishing her career at Lindsay High School … also earned four letters in basketball, where she was a two-time all-conference player, and two in track and field

Travel Ball
Played four years for the Oklahoma Force Gold 95 under Jeff Sanders … team was the USSSA 18U state champions … in the summer of 2013, played in 29 games and hit .419 with 15 runs scored, 26 hits, 12 RBI, two home runs and three stolen bases

Full name is Macey Kay Hatfield … daughter for Todd and Pam Hatfield … has one brother, Mitchell

Why Oklahoma?
“I was born and raised in Oklahoma. It never was an option to go out of state. I love Oklahoma. I am looking to accomplish getting a degree from a great school and be able to have a stable and bright future.”

Coach Gasso Says:
“Macey is a very versatile athlete. She’s been to our camp and I’ve been able to see her play second, I’ve seen her behind the plate and play in the outfield. In the short time that she was at Seminole State she really proved that she was a woman among girls. We faced her this fall and she was a very tough out for our pitching staff. We think that she can help us immediately. She will be a late addition to this team, but she will add tremendously to our depth, and her talents will enable her to try to find a way to get into this lineup. She is a good athlete and will fight for a starting spot.”

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