KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Head Coach Greg Stewart announced the recent addition of Kaila Mick from Henley High School to the Oregon Tech softball program. Mick becomes the second signee to Stewart's 2019 recruiting class.
Mick, who begins her senior season at Henley High School in 2019, is a Three-Time First Team All-Conference middle in fielder for Henley. Other honors include Two-Time Conference Co-Player of the Year and Two-Time First Team All-State 4A. She helped lead the Hornets to the 4A State Championship in 2017 and a runner-up finish in 2018.
In her junior year in 2018 she hit .581 with 61 hits in 105 AB's, 14 doubles, and 9 homeruns to go with 12 stolen bases. So far in her three-year high school career she is batting .550 with 170 hits, 49 doubles, and 14 homeruns.
"Kaila will be an immediate impact player for us in 2020," said Head Coach Greg Stewart. "She is a shortstop with great athleticism, and Kaila is one of the more accomplished hitters in the state of Oregon at any level and is a true 5-tool player. She is part of an exciting recruiting class that gives Oregon Tech Softball another top-notch student-athlete to lead this program in the future."
Mick is a second generation Tech softball player as her mother Brenda Ruppel (1997 -1998) was a Two-Time All American for the Owls and her father Bobby Mick is the currently the head coach at Henley High School and was a former assistant coach for the Lady Owls.