High School Sports

Indiana softball lands two-time state champ from Keller

Former Keller softball standout Camryn Woodall is transferring from Utah to Indiana.

Her younger sister, Keller outfielder Caraline, is committed to the Hooisers and will be a senior next season.

Camryn Woodall finished her freshman season with the Utes in 2018 and played in 14 games.

She's a utility player, but plays mostly second base. She helped Keller to back-to-back Class 6A state softball titles in 2016 and 2017. The program had previously won titles in 2003 and 2005.

Camryn Woodall KellerPix Courtesy photo

Woodall was voted 6A state championship MVP as a senior in 2017 and batted .504 with 35 RBI and 42 runs scored. She earned All-American honors from MaxPreps and was a three-time all-state selection and three-time academic all-district pick.

She was voted district MVP as a junior after hitting .519 with 28 RBI and 28 runs. She finished her career by making both the 6A state all-tournament team and Star Telegram all-area team in back-to-back seasons.

Woodall is Keller's all-time leader in hits (210) and at-bats (471), second in doubles (48), and third in career games played (145), triples (16) and runs scored (146).

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