Tigers News · Softball: Postseason Honors for Kaulaity and Morgan

Union City Softball Lady Tigers, Allison Kaulaity and Chelsea Morgan, receive All-State and Academic All State Honors.

In the short 9 year history of slow pitch softball at Union City the Lady Tigers have never had an all stater. Now, Allison Kaulaity becomes the first ever Lady Tiger softball player to make the Small School All-State team. She started all four years and primarily played outfield. Kauality finished her career with 134 total hits, 97 RBI’s, 29 doubles, 10 triples, 4 home runs, and a .502 average.  During her senior slow pitch season, she played all 9 games at rover without committing an error and led the Lady Tigers in many offensive categories. In the Lady Tigers final week of the season they won 5 consecutive games and Kaulaity had one of the memorable moments of the year with a walk off grand slam in extra innings to defeat Riverside 7-6. She had also received UCHS co-offensive player of the year award during her junior season. Allison Kaulaity signed a letter of intent to play softball at Haskell Indian Nations University to continue her academic and athletic career. Kaulaity said “I didn’t expect it. My coaches made it very clear that I have the ability to get better and do great things and that I had to put in the work and without them pushing me and also my teammates being the best team and friends, I wouldn’t be the player I am today without them.”

Chelsea Morgan becomes only the second Lady Tiger softball player to make the OSSCA Academic All State Roster. She is one of 25 other slow pitch softball players around the state to receive this honor. Chelsea finished her career with 102 total runs scored, 125 total hits, 75 RBI’s, 25 Doubles, 13 Triples, 4 home runs, and a .490 average. Chelsea has started in the infield either at 2B or SS since midway through her freshmen year.  She had previously received UCHS defensive player of the year honors her sophomore and junior years and also defensive player of the year for her senior fast pitch season. She also led the team this past fall in stolen bases with 13. Chelsea plans to attend Oklahoma State University and pursue a degree in animal science her ultimate goal is Doctrine of Veterinary and Medicine. She is the 2020 UCHS valedictorian and finished with a 4.0 GPA. She also received her Associates Degree in (animal) science at Redlands Community College and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa. Morgan stated ” I learned what family truly was while playing softball at Union City. Every time I went out on the field, I gave my absolute all and believe me, it wasn’t for myself. It was for every girl  I was blessed to play beside and both coaches I was blessed to play under. I want to thank my coaches, Schmidt and Benge. They not only always pushed me on the field but they each constantly pushed me academically as well.”


Congratulations Allison and Chelsea!