Ducks Add Hopper, Contreras to 2020 Roster

EUGENE, Ore. – Oregon softball head coach Melyssa Lombardi added a pair of position players to the Ducks’ 2020 roster on Thursday, signing infielder Maddie Hopper and utility player Jazzy Contreras.

Hopper will join the Ducks as a redshirt junior in 2020 after spending the last three years at the University of Pacific, while Contreras will arrive as a true freshman.

“I am excited to add both Maddie and Jazzy to our team,” said Lombardi. “Maddie brings veteran experience to our roster and has proven that she can hit at all levels. Jazzy is also a great addition for us, and her ability to play multiple positions will be a great asset for us this upcoming year and beyond.”

Hopper hit .293 last year at Pacific with three home runs and 21 RBIs while starting 47 games. The Salem, Ore., native was especially good the last month of the season, hitting safely in 14 of her final 18 games while batting .353 over that stretch. Hopper posted a .290 batting average in 31 at-bats in 2018, her first collegiate action after redshirting the 2017 season. A standout player for West Salem and Western Mennonite High Schools, Hopper hit .586 with eight home runs and 57 RBIs as a junior while earning second-team all-state and first-team all-conference honors.
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Contreras enjoyed a strong prep career for California High School, batting a combined .333 throughout her four years. The left-handed hitter posted a .349 average with a pair of triples as a senior, a year after batting .300 during her junior season. A native of San Ramon, Calif., Contreras competed this summer with the Sorcerer 18 Gold Williams club team at the Premier Girls Fastpitch National Championship.

Hopper is the fourth transfer for the Ducks this offseason, joining infielder Mya Felder as well as pitchers Brooke Yanez and Samaria Diaz. Contreras becomes the fifth member of Oregon’s highly-touted freshman class, which also includes infielder Ariel Carlson, pitcher Makenna Kliethermes, outfielder Deijah Pangilinan and utility player Vallery Wong.