Jocelyn Alo is an American varsity softball player for the Oklahoma Sooners and handler from Hauula, Hawaii. Her full name is Jocelyn Aloha Pumehana Alo. Jocelyn was named NFCA National Freshman of the Year and selected as a 2018 First-Team All-American freshman. She is currently one of the top female softball players in the college softball scene, along with Montana Fouts.
She was born on September 23, 2000 in Hauula, Hawaii to Levi and Andrea Alo. This number one softball player in the US has three sisters named Sabrina, Lorraine and Sophia. And while she was at Laney College, her father played soccer and her mother played softball.
She grew up about 30 miles north of the Hawaii campus in the small village of Hauula, and about two dozen family members were part of the packed crowd that was on hand to watch her set the record.
Alo was named to the 2018 NFCA All-American 1st team and 2nd team in 2019. She was also twice named Gatorade State High School’s Player of the Year. Her parents are native Hawaiians. She is heavily influenced by them. Jocelyn completed her primary education at a local school. She attended James Campbell High School in ‘Ewa Beach, Hawaii, where she was a two-time Gatorade State High School Player of the Year and led her team to three state championships.
Until now we have no information about her boyfriend. She is single and focused on her career. She is passionate about her game and doesn’t want her personal life to affect her career at the moment.
Jocelyn Alo career
Jocelyn began learning softball when she was four years old when her father Levi started taking her to a park in Hau’ula and letting her hit balls. Once the Alos said that young Jocelyn would hit a thousand strokes every day. Before joining Campbell, Alo attended Kahuku while she was a sophomore winning the state wrestling championship in her weight class.
As an unsung seventh grader, Alo showed up for a softball camp on BYU’s campus, and by the end of camp, the BYU coaches had already offered her a scholarship. She was selected as a freshman in the 2018 All American First-Team NFCA and 2019 in the 2nd team.
In the 2020 season, Alo had her first career batting average at .846 and third in slugging percentage and fifth in home runs. Alo is also a two-time Gatorade State High School Player of the Year. Jocelyn Alo is a gifted softball hitter. Alo currently has 30 homers and 82 RBIs with a .487 batting average.
Alo hit .571 with 12 homers, 27 RBI, and a 1.449 slugging percentage as a senior in high school. At the time of her junior season, hit .612 with eight home runs, 30 RBI and 13 runs scored. And during the COVID-shortened 2020 season, Alo started all 24 games for Oklahoma and led the team in total base count (61). Alo hit .427 with 8 HRs and 21 RBIs. And she also went 12 times as a team leader.
Jocelyn Alo Social media
Jocelyn is active on Twitter and shares her thoughts under username @78jocelyn_alo. She has around 21.6k followers on the Twitter. Jocelyn is also active on the Instagram platform. Her Instagram username is @jocygurl78 and the account is already verified. This US softball star recently took to her Instagram to express her joy at being named Player of the Year. Until now, the account has accumulated more than 63.5K followers and 175 posts on her Instagram account.
Jocelyn Alo Biography
|Real name||Jocelyn Aloha Pumehana Alo|
|Date of birth||September 23, 2000|
|Age (as of 2022)||21 years|
|Place of birth||Haula, Hawaii, USA|
|Height||in feet inches – 5′ 8” – in centimeters – 172 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 80kg – in pounds – 178 pounds|
|shoe size||9 (USA)|
Jocelyn Alo Family
|sister||Three (Sabrina, Lorraine & Sophia)|
|school||James Campbell High School|
|University||University of Oklahoma|
|Who is her boyfriend?||none|
Jocelyn Alo Net Worth
This softball player earns most of her income just from her job. Although there is no information about her net worth, it is estimated to be around $1 million. She earns a handsome amount in her current job and lives a very lavish life.
Facts About Jocelyn Alo
- Before joining Campbell, Alo attended Kahuku while she was a sophomore winning the state wrestling championship in her weight class.
- Alo, a two-time Gatorade Player of the Year, signed to play in Oklahoma after originally moving to Cal. On her debut against Weber State in 2018, she went 3 for 4 with 2 RBIs and an HR.
- In 2019, during her sophomore season, Alo went into a slump. Her head coach directed her to stay away from both the team and the softball game for two weeks.
- During the COVID-shortened 2020 season, Alo started in all 24 games for Oklahoma and led the team on 61 total bases. Alo batted .427 with 8 HRs and 21 RBIs and was also listed as the team leader 12 times.
- Alo always wears #78 in honor of her father Levi. And that was his jersey number when he played junior college football at Laney College in Oakland.