Former MG Softball Players Named SLIAC All-Decade


Two former Mulberry Grove High School softball players have been named to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s all-decade team for 2010 through 2019.

They are Greenville University players Kate Jolliff, a catcher-shortstop, and Becca Oldham, a pitcher-utility player.

Jolliff was first team all-conference in her two seasons with the Lady Panthers. She was 2018 SLIAC Player of the Year.

Jolliff ranks seventh in conference history in career batting with an average of .443.

Oldham is one of only two players from Greenville University to earn all-conference honors all four seasons. She was a first-team player in 2014.

Also on the all-decade team from Greenville are Bryn McKie and Tiffany Samsoe. McKie is the only player in the SLIAC to have multiple seasons of more than 70 hits, and Samsoe is all-time conference leader in hits and RBIs, and third in home runs.

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