Alliance All-Star Team Announced

By jami

Alliance All Star Game Logo (Final)_Final

June 10, 2021 — The Alliance Fastpitch is excited to introduce our inaugural Alliance All-Stars who will compete in the Alliance All-Star Game Powered by Under Armour on July 27th in Oklahoma City. These athletes were selected from their respective Alliance League All-Star Teams by a national committee spearheaded by Derek Allister and OnDeck Softball. 

Recently announced, Under Armour will serve as the title sponsor of the Alliance All-Star Game. Under Armour will outfit every athlete and coach competing in the game with head-to-toe apparel and footwear including packages for training, competing, and recovery. During the All-Star game, Under Armour will have a strong presence onsite in Oklahoma City with a players’ lounge and recovery zone for the All-Star athletes in addition to a full apparel shop for fans. 

The Alliance All-Star Game Powered by Under Armour will be played on the evening of July 27th on Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. The 7-inning game will be played during the 16U and 18U AFCS. All AFCS games will end for the evening so fans can watch the top seniors compete on our sports biggest stage. 

The All-Star athletes will be divided into two teams — Alliance American and Alliance National. Those teams will be announced at a later date as will information on additional game partners and broadcast information. 

Visit to learn more about the All-Star Game and athletes. 

Full list of Alliance All-Stars below. Please note some athletes will be unable to participate due to scheduling conflicts (*).

Position First Name Last Name Hometown College League
P *Jordyn Bahl Papillion, NE Oklahoma HFL
C Aubrey Barnhart Pleasant View, TN Alabama SEFL
3B Faith Barth Dacula, GA Georgia SEFL
MI Lair Beautae Riverside, CA Tennessee PCFL
P Shannon Becker Mahopac, NY Notre Dame NEFL
C Jessie Blaine Wentzville, MO Auburn HFL
MI Brooke Blankenship Hudson, FL Florida State SEFL
C Brooke Bohlender Fort Collins, CO Colorado St RMFL
1B Baylea Brandon Leander, TX LSU TFL
P Raelin Chaffin Bossier City, LA LSU TFL
P Tatum Clopton Lawrence, KS Oklahoma State HFL
C Turiya Coleman Houston, TX Oklahoma TFL
OF Hannah Coor Yorba Linda, CA Oklahoma PCFL
MI Julia Crenshaw O’Fallon, MO Missouri HFL
C Katie Dack Parker, CO Texas A&M RMFL
C *Kali Decker Lake Mary, FL Florida SEFL
MI Angelina DeLeon Valley Springs, CA Ole Miss PCFL
OF Ella Edgmon Dunlap, TN GA Tech SEFL
1B Bri Ellis Houston, TX Auburn TFL
MI Brianna Evans Red Oak, TX Oklahoma State TFL
OF Kendra Falby Tampa, FL Florida SEFL
MI Kinsey Fiedler Lee’s Summit, MO Washington HFL
3B Peyton Gale Firestone, CO No. Colorado RMFL
1B Lauren Garcia El Paso, TX New Mexico TFL
1B McKenna Gibson Valencia, CA Tennessee PCFL
P Rachel Gibson Ringgold, GA Clemson SEFL
OF Madilyn Giglio Metairie, LA LSU TFL
OF *Dallis Goodnight Dacula, GA Alabama SEFL
P Stevie Hansen Norco, CA Oregon PCFL
UT Kacie Hoffmann Elkhorn, NE Arkansas HFL
OF Mya Holmes Texas City, TX Texas TFL
MI *Rylee Holtorf Phoenix, AZ Washington PCFL
1B Macy Krohman Walton, KY Illinois SEFL
P *Samantha Landry Mont Bevieu, TX Louisiana TFL
P Emma Lemley Forest, VA Virginia Tech HFL
OF Quincee Lilio Temecula, CA Oklahoma PCFL
MI *Kaylen Madrey Newnan, GA LSU SEFL
OF Ashton Maloney Liberty, MO Texas HFL
UTL Ella McVey Des Moines, IA Michigan HFL
P Mac Morgaan Creighton, MO Arizona State HFL
P Rebecca Muh Peachtree City, GA Georgia SEFL
C Sophia Nugent Seal Beach, CA Oklahoma PCFL
OF Korbe Otis Littleton, CO Louisville RMFL
OF Savannah Pola Corona, CA UCLA PCFL
OF McKenzie Redoutey Franklin, NC LSU HFL
MI Cydney Sanders Escondido, CA ASU PCFL
C Audrey Schneidmiller Burleson, TX La. Tech TFL
3B Mia Scott Angleton, TX Texas TFL
P Sophia Simpson Mont Bevieu, TX Texas TFL
3B Paige Sinicki Henderson, NV Oregon PCFL
UTL Ja’Naiya Thomas Houston, TX Houston TFL
UTL Micaela Wark Frisco, TX Kansas TFL

*Notes players who will not be able to participate due to scheduling conflicts.