KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Head Coach Greg Stewart announced recently that North Idaho College transfer Tori Almos (Longview, Wash.) will join the Oregon Tech softball team beginning this fall.
Almos, currently in her sophomore season at NIC, holds a 17-3 mark, including 165 strikeouts in 139 innings with a 3.17 ERA. Almos finished up her freshman campaign for the Cardinals with 90 strikeouts, which included a league-low opponent batting average and ranked third in the Scenic West Athletic Conference in ERA.
“Tori will be an immediate impact in the circle for us next season,” mentioned Stewart. “She is an accomplished pitcher with good velocity and movement and we are very excited to have her in our program for the next two seasons.”
At R.A Long High School, the four-year starter earned the Rookie of the Year Award, which included a 14-1 mark and 0.60 ERA her freshman season. Almos was named to the Greater St. Helens League first-team on four occasions, while earning league MVP accolades twice. The three-time Team MVP led the Lumberjacks to a runner-up finish at the 2013 WIAA championships her senior season.
Tori is the daughter of Jerry Almos, Jr. and granddaughter of Jerry Almos, Sr. and plans to major in business management at Oregon Tech beginning this fall.