The Lawrence, Kansas, native appeared in six games as a true freshman with the Cowgirls in 2022, five of which came on the mound. In one start that season, she allowed just two hits with no earned runs while striking out five batters.
Clopton didn’t appear during the 2023 season as she took a medical redshirt. She’ll arrive in Baton Rouge with three remaining years of eligibility as she looks to bolster a promising pitching staff that returns All-American freshman pitcher Sydney Berzon.
The Tigers add to their bullpen with transfer pitcher Tatum Clopton!
— LSU Softball (@LSUsoftball) July 31, 2023
LSU is still looking for its first Women’s College World Series appearance since 2017 after falling short in the Baton Rouge Regional in 2023.
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