Rising junior KK Crocker has left the Auburn softball team and will seek a transfer at the end of this semester, Softball America's Maren Angus reported Thursday morning.
A Tuscaloosa native, the versatile Crocker appeared in 39 games last year for the Tigers, starting 22. Her .338 batting average was tops on the team among non-everyday starters.
Last season, Crocker recorded 26 hits, three doubles and a triple to go with a .440 on-base percentage. She scored 20 runs and 16 RBI.
With her efficient history at the plate, Crocker looked to be a fixture in the Tigers' 2019 batting order. She was also expected to compete primarily at second base, where she's logged the most starts, or somewhere in the outfield given her speed.
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