Oktaha senior softball standout MacKenzie (Kenzie) Eaves signed her letter of intent to play for Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville.
“I would like to thank God more than anything, without him none of this would be possible. I have had so much love and support throughout my journey, and I’m grateful for this opportunity to play at the next level,” Eaves said.
Eaves moved to eastern Oklahoma in 2018 and attended Oktaha and played a huge factor in the success of the Lady Tigers. She received multiple offers from other college entities and was invited to multiple colleges in Texas and Kansas.
The Oktaha Lady Tigers finished as the No.3 team in Class 2A with a record of 338. Dale (41-3) won the Class 2A state championship over second place Pocola who finished 33-4.
Eaves is a highly talented athlete that can play multiple positions in the infield or outfield and is solid and strong at the plate.
MacKenzie is the daughter of Ronnie and Sherrie Eaves and the granddaughter of Gary and Marcella Griffin of Eufaula, Oklahoma.