Clemson head coach John Rittman has announced the addition of three graduate transfers, Reedy Davenport, Caroline Jacobsen and Ally Miklesh, to Tigers program for the 22-23 season.
Davenport spent the previous four seasons at FGCU, while Jacobsen spent her four years at Duke and Miklesh spent four seasons at Wisconsin.
Reedy Davenport is an infielder who has a .291 career batting average with 138 hits, including 33 doubles, 11 home runs and three triples. Along with a .443 career slugging percentage and .353 on-base percentage with 84 RBI and 73 runs scored.
Caroline Jacobsen is an outfielder who holds a .294 career average with a .372 on-base percentage and .580 slugging percentage. Along with 140 career hits, including 33 home runs, 31 doubles and three triples with 116 RBI and 108 runs scored. Jacobsen also has a keen eye at home plate setting the Duke single season record for walks in 2021 with 22 and finished with a team-high 21 in 2022.
Ally Miklesh is also an outfielder. Miklesh had a .328 average with 40 hits, 20 RBI and a .427 on-base percentage in 2022. She maintained a .276 career batting average with 115 hits and 79 runs scored. Along with 53 career walks and 40 stolen bases, including a season-high 19 in 2021.
Davenport, Jacobsen and Miklesh are set to be three of the four newcomers to the Clemson softball team in 2022-23, joining incoming freshman Marena Knowles.
(Thanks to Clemson Athletics)