Adams selected in 2022 Athletes Unlimited Softball College Draft

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida softball second baseman Hannah Adams was selected Wednesday afternoon in the 2022 College Athletes Unlimited Draft held at the ESPNW Summit in New York.

Adams, a fifth-year graduate, racked up the accolades over the course of her career being named a Top 25 finalist for 2021 All-American Softball Player of the Year, a 2021 NFCA All-American, a First-Team All- SEC, 2021 and 2018 SEC All-Defensive Team Selection, 2019 SEC All-Tournament Team and 2018 SEC All-Freshman Team.

The Hoschton, Georgia native has a career batting average of .323 with 250 hits, 42 doubles, 3 triples and 23 home runs with 188 runs scored and 141 RBI. Adams has been a mainstay at second base for the Gators as she started 259 career games for the Orange & Blue.

However, Adams is best known for her defensive prowess as she holds a career .986 fielding percentage. The talented midfielder has produced highlight-worthy pieces throughout her career, while making the tough look simple and routine.

During his career, Adams has committed just 11 errors with 316 strikeouts and 438 assists. During her first campaign, she became the first second baseman in Southeastern Conference history to post a 1,000 field percentage with 58 outs and 93 assists. Now a fifth-year graduate, Adams has replicated her freshman year as she has recorded 61 strikeouts and 73 assists so far in the year.

In the Florida Book of Records, Adams ranks seventh in runs scored, seventh in hits, 10and doubles, 10and in total goals, ninth in walks, fourth in steals, fifth in assists and second in double plays turned.

Adams joins former Gators Kelsey Stewart, Jordan Roberts, amanda lorenz and Aleshia Ocasio, 2021 Unlimited Athletes Champion.

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