Montana Fouts, a seasoned softball pitcher from Grayson, Kentucky, has garnered attention for her prodigious abilities.
She pitched a perfect game against UCLA during the 2021 Women’s College World Series, one of her most notable accomplishments.
Like Fouts, who went to East Carter High School, she soon gained recognition by earning numerous accolades, including Kentucky Miss Softball and three straight states Gatorade Player of the Year titles (in 2016 and 2018).
She received numerous notable awards during her career for her devotion to softball, including three-time NFCA All-American honors and the NFCA Pitcher of the Year title in 2021.
Montana was selected by the Smash It Sports Vipers on April 17, 2023, in round six of the 2023 Women’s Professional Fastpitch draft, with the twenty-third overall pick.
Fouts recently experienced a tragic accident when she hurt her left foot playing for the SEC Tournament versus Arkansas in the quarterfinal match.
After recording her ninth strikeout in the seventh inning, she was forced to end the game.
However, fouts’ extraordinary talent and unwavering determination ensure she will return and improve even more in her sport.