Former Arizona players Dejah Mulipola and Jessie harper have spent the last five seasons in the Wildcats uniform and have become mainstays of the team.
While Mulipola and Harper played for Arizona, the Wildcats had an impressive 206-57 with five playoff appearances and two back-to-back women’s college world series.
Harper established herself as one of Arizona’s best power hitters of all time, tying the school record of 92 held by Katiyana Mauga. For her career, she hit .339 with 281 hits, 255 RBIs and a .745 slugging percentage while posting a .969 defensive percentage.
Mulipola, who will compete in the Tokyo Olympics in 2022 as a member of Team USA, ended her career in Arizona by winning back-to-back NCFA Catcher of the Year awards. While with the Wildcats, she had 68 home runs while hitting 0.336 with 203 RBIs, a 0.719 hitting percentage.
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ALLSPORTSTUCSON.com writer Troy Hutchison is originally from Tucson and has been a lifelong Arizona Wildcats fan. He has been involved in sports journalism for the past two years while taking communication courses at Pima Community College.