3 OC softball signees make newspaper’s All-City teams

OC softball signee Jordan Chism received Little All-City first-team honors from The Oklahoman.
OC softball signee Jordan Chism received Little All-City first-team honors from The Oklahoman.

OKLAHOMA CITY (Nov. 25, 2012) – Three softball student-athletes who have signed letters of intent to play at Oklahoma Christian were named to The Oklahoman’s All-City honor teams, announced Sunday.

The newspaper honored infielder Jordan Chism of Piedmont, Shea Coats of Tuttle and Haley Squier of Edmond Memorial.

Chism, a third baseman, was on the first-team Little All-City list for high schools that are Class 4A and below. She hit .518 with eight home runs and 61 RBIs for Piedmont, which reached the 4A title game.

Coats, a pitcher, was on the second-team Little All-City list. She helped Tuttle finish 33-7 and reach the Class 3A semifinals.

Squier, also a pitcher, received honorable mention on the Big All-City list, for schools in Classes 5A and 6A. She helped Edmond Memorial finish 23-10 as a senior and was named as the co-pitcher of the year in District 6A-3.

Chism, Coats, Squier and catcher Niki Davidson of Community Christian School in Norman signed with OC during the NCAA’s November signing period. OC is in the first year of the NCAA Division II membership process.