McKenna Armantrout joins the Mayhem Diamond Academy’s “A” list of instructors as a two-time 2nd team All-American for Oregon Tech. A former Henley standout, the junior catcher for the Owls posted a .438 batting average posting 17 doubles and scoring 65 runs last season. Kenna also went 8 for 8 on stolen base attempts and only struck out 8 times in 230 plate appearances. In addition to her All-American accolades, Armantrout has appeared in two National Championship Tournaments and is a two-time Regional Player of the Year.
At Henley, Armantrout hit for a .475 average with 32 doubles, 8 triples, 9 home runs, and 107 RBIs. She has a two-time Conference Player of the Year and a two-time All-State Catcher. Armantrout was part of the great 2017 State Championship Hornet Team that posted an amazing 30-0 record.
During the off-season, Armantrout enjoys working as a wildland firefighter. Armantrout will be entering her senior year at Oregon Tech finishing her degree in Environmental Science.
McKenna will be instructing catching, general skills, and batting.