As a member of the Davis Lady Wolves softball team, Brinlee Dulaney got to experience plenty of big stages in the world of softball.

As a member of the Davis Lady Wolves softball team, Brinlee Dulaney got to experience plenty of big stages in the world of softball.

This past season as a member of the USAO softball team in Chickasha, the trend continued in a big way for the former Lady Wolves standout.

Dulaney and her Lady Drovers teammates put together a stellar season in her first year at Chickasha, as she got to experience the NAIA World Series in Springfield, MO.

“Throughout my first year of college softball, I didn’t have anything but fun if I’m being honest,” Dulaney said. 

“The whole experience was a blast for me. We were able to make history and break records that no one is going to come close to breaking for a very long time.”

“It was an absolute honor to be able to say I was apart of a team that was ranked No. 1 in the nation,” Dulaney said.

“The biggest difference for me between college and high school softball was I was coming to a team where I didn’t know anyone, so I had to create those relationships. I had to learn how to play with a new group of girls and learn how to be able to play as one with them. My routine didn’t change much either as far as school because I was used to having to keep my grades up and be strong in the classroom. I did have to learn how to become more disciplined and set aside more time for studying though if I was in a difficult class.” 

USAO finished the season with an astounding 59-4 record, which included 52 straight wins to open the season before the first loss occurred in the month of May against Oklahoma City University. 

The Lady Drovers also went an impressive 39-2 at home this season which included a perfect conference record of 36-0 and won three games at the NAIA World Series, before falling in the semifinals. 

During her time as a Lady Wolves player, Dulaney got to experience the state tournament multiple times in fast and slow pitch softball.

In her last fast pitch season at Davis, Dulaney finished with a .480 batting average with a .720 on base percentage with 28 RBI’s and 15 stolen bases. 

Davis finished that season 19-8 with a district title and an appearance in the regional tournament. 

“I kept up with the girls at Davis as best as I could this season,” Dulaney said. “Even though I had a busy schedule, I was always keeping an ear out to hear how they were doing during the season especially when I couldn’t be there to watch them. I could never forget about my hometown girls because I was constantly cheering them even if it was from far away sometimes.”