Grace Lyons is a recent graduate from the University of Oklahoma. During her time there she continued to build on her previous travel ball and high school accolades and became a 3-time national champion with the OU Sooners as well as being an inspirational advocate for FCA.
As a freshman, she started all 63 of Oklahoma’s games earning herself All-Big 12 Freshman Team honors. She followed up this college career start the following year during the shortened 2020 season still earning first-team all-league academic honors.
In her junior season, she started every game and was recognized as the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and also was named a second-team NFCA All-American. As a senior in 2022, led her team to another national title and earned first-team All-America honors and repeat recognition as the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year. She was also called up to the 2022 USA Softball Women’s National Team.
During her redshirt senior year in 2023, she served as team captain; She was named the Big 12 Conference Softball Defensive Player of the Year for the third consecutive year becoming the first player in conference history to win the award three times. and was subsequently named the Softball America Defensive Player of the Year. On April 17, 2023, Lyons was drafted in the Women's Professional Fastpitch draft. She was the sixth round pick, 22nd overall, by the Texas Smoke.
Brighton Graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma where she was their starting shortstop from 2018-2022.
Played freshman season at Oklahoma State, then transferred to UCO fall of 2018 immediately earning a starting role in 2019 earning herself honorable mention and All-MIAA accolades.
Brighton was also a Four-year starter and letter winner at Chickasha High School. She led her team to three regional championships and two state titles as well as making All-District, All-Region and All-State pick as a senior.
Makayla Jackson is a University of Tulsa graduate with a bachelors degree in Exercise and Sports Science.
She played 4 years of softball at the University of Tulsa and then took a 5th year at Rogers State University. She was selected to the 2018 Oklahoma All-State Softball team and a winner of the Michele Smith Outstanding Student Athlete Award which is based on athletic and scholastic achievement.
Makayla has a passion for softball and hsa since moved home to join the company full time and is now an employee for ResilientSFBL as a Sales Rep. She is also giving back to the game as she does private lessons and coaches an Athletics organization premier team.