Alabama infielder Skylar Wallace has entered the NCAA’s transfer portal, JWOS confirmed on Tuesday afternoon.
Wallace was the Crimson Tide’s starting second baseman as a freshman in 2019, starting 68 games for the program. She earned a nod to the SEC’s All-Freshman team, as well as the conference’s All-Tournament Team, following the year, and was also named a third-team All-Region selection by the NFCA.
During the shortened 2020 season, Wallace served as the Tide’s starting shortstop, batting .387 in sixty-two at-bats on the year. She finished second on the team in OPS, slugging percentage, and stolen bases, and led the program in triples.
A native of Woodstock, Georgia, Wallace helped lead the U19 US women’s national team to a gold medal in the 2019 World Cup. She also batted .310 with eight runs scored and two RBI during the International Cup, helping lead the U19 team to the tournament’s bronze medal.
The news of Wallace’s transfer was first reported by Michael Casagrande of AL.com.