Softball Inks Oklahoma State Transfer Haidyn Sokoloski

COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Softball Head Coach Larissa Anderson and her staff announced Friday the signing of transfer outfielder Haidyn Sokoloski.

Sokoloski transfers to Mizzou after making back-to-back NCAA Women’s College World Series appearances with Oklahoma State.

The Flower Mound, Texas, native, slashed a career-best .333/.367/.593 over her sophomore campaign with the Cowgirls. She totaled nine hits, 10 runs, nine RBI, two doubles, one triple and a homer in 2024.

Sokoloski notched a career-best two hits twice including a 2-for-4 day at the dish with a triple, home run and three RBI in a run-rule victory over South Dakota State on Feb. 27.

She appeared in 69 games with eight starts over two seasons in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Sokoloski was ranked No. 17 overall and the third ranked infielder in Extra Innings Softball’s 2022 Extra Elite 100. She played club softball for Texas Glory out of McKinney, Texas.

Haidyn’s mother, Kelly Sokoloski, played softball at Lamar University.

Haidyn Sokoloski is Mizzou’s second transfer addition this summer following the signing of Taylor Ebbs on June 15. 

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