COAHOMA, Texas (KMID/KPEJ) – Coahoma junior pitcher Hannah Wells announced her commitment to the University of Texas to continue her softball career Tuesday on X (Twitter). Wells led the Bulldogettes to their first state championship in 25 years last June.
Wells has been a force for Coahoma, one of the most dominant athletic programs in the Permian Basin, since she took the field as a freshman. Wells helped the Bulldogettes win back-to-back 3A state championship games, winning the 2023 state title in his sophomore season.
Wells was also named MVP after Coahoma’s state championship victory.
According to his X profile, Wells accumulated 239 strikeouts with a 0.38 ERA as a sophomore. But she has just as much impact at the plate as she does in the pitching circle. Wells hit .602 last season with 65 hits, including 21 home runs.
Along with his high school career, Wells also plays competitive travel ball for the Oklahoma Athletics Softball Academy based in Oklahoma City, which has helped countless players reach the collegiate level.
Wells is expected to graduate from Coahoma in 2025, meaning she will have two more full seasons as a Bulldogette.