Oklahoma softball has had one heck of a season so far, sporting the No. 1 ranking in every major poll with a 39-1 record and leading the country in several offensive and pitching statistical categories.
One of the major reasons for their success is the home run queen herself, Jocelyn Alo. The Hauula, Hawaii native broke the NCAA record for career home runs (96) earlier this season, and now has 109 and counting. Along with that, she has managed an absurd batting average of .485 and 50 RBIs through 40 games.
She has become a superstar in the fast-rising sport that is college softball, and it sounds like people are starting to realize that.
On Wednesday, a local car dealership, Fowler Auto, announced an NIL deal with Alo, the dealership’s first female signee and Oklahoma’s first athlete to receive an auto deal.
This isn’t the first NIL deal that Alo has received this season, as Oklahoma co-branded NIL products with Alo for her career home run achievement back in March.
Alo and the Sooners will take on Iowa State this weekend in Norman as the Sooners try to get their 40th win of the season on Friday.