Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College will induct Quincy Atwood into the Athletic Hall of Fame on September 23 at 11am in the Calcagno Family Ballroom.
Atwood graduated from Carthage High School in 2013, and she was a pitcher for NEO Softball from 2013-2015. In 2015, she earned National Junior College Athletic Association All-American, First Team All-Region and received NJCAA academic honors. She was a member of the 2015 National Runner-Up team and was named to the 2015 NJCAA National Tournament team.
In 2015, Atwood threw 70 out of 71 innings in the NJCAA Region II and National Tournament. She accumulated nine postseason wins, including five at the National Tournament, which also included a victory over number-one seed Salt Lake City Community College. She tallied 226 strikeouts overall.
Atwood was a two-way player, accumulating 86 hits, 12 home runs and 75 runs. She finished her NEO career ranking third in the nation, and she graduated with an associate degree in general studies.
After NEO, Atwood played at Texas State University, earning Academic All-American. She was offered to play in the European Professional League but decided to begin her career as an insurance agent.
Atwood currently works for her father’s insurance agency, Specialty Risk Insurance. She and her husband, Colt, have two children, Charleston and Autry. They live on a 40-acre farm in Reeds, Missouri, where they enjoy raising livestock, gardening, and hitting in the turfed batting cage in their barn.
For more information, please contact interim director of alumni and development Eric Iverson at email@example.com.